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<pre lang="Python"><pre>from django.http.response import JsonResponse
from django.shortcuts import render
from django.http import JsonResponse
from rest_framework import serializers
from rest_framework.decorators import api_view
from rest_framework.response import Response
from .serializers import PostSerializer
from .models import Post,categories
from rest_framework.views import APIView

# Create your views here.
@api_view(['GET'])
def apiOverview(request):
    api_urls={
        'List':'/article-list/',
        'Detail View':'/article-detail/<str:pk>/',
        'Create':'/article-create/',
        'Update':'article-update/<str:pk>/',
        'Delete':'/article-delete/<str:pk>/',
    }
    return Response(api_urls)

@api_view(['GET'])
def articleList(request):
    articles=Post.objects.all()
    serializers=PostSerializer(articles,many=True)
    return Response(serializers.data)

@api_view(['GET'])
def articleDetail(request,pk):
    articles=Post.objects.get(id=pk)
    serializers=PostSerializer(articles,many=False)
    return Response(serializers.data)

@api_view(['POST'])
def articleCreate(request):
    serializers=PostSerializer(data=request.data)
    if serializers.is_valid():
        serializers.save()
    return Response(serializers.data)

@api_view(['POST'])
def articleUpdate(request,pk):
    articles=Post.objects.get(id=pk)
    serializers=PostSerializer(instance=articles,data=request.data)

    if serializers.is_valid():
        serializers.save()
    return Response(serializers.data)

@api_view(['DELETE'])
def articleDelete(request, pk):
    articles=Post.objects.get(id=pk)
    articles.delete()
    return Response('The item has been deleted')


What I have tried:

I am a beginner learning the Django RestFramework. I had created this for an blog post page for my project. I looked through different tutorials and posts but couldn't really figure out. Can you help me converting this functional view into a class view? Thanks
Posted
Updated 15-Jun-21 3:53am

1 solution

See the example on the front page of the Django website: Home - Django REST framework[^]
   

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