Speaking of Rails AJAX forms. It's quite trivial to submit Django ModelForm 
in Javascript AJAX request. It's a bit harder to have the customizable 
success action and to display the field validation errors via AJAX response.

I implemented AJAX viewmodels for that:


However it's the mixed traditional forms + AJAX approach, not the pure SPA. 
In pure SPA Django becomes the "data supplier" where most of the templates, 
forms, presentation is performed by Javascript framework.

So, the question is, whether the features of Django such as inline formsets 
and custom widgets are required, or should Django become the data store 

On Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at 3:52:42 AM UTC+3, Maciek Olko wrote:
> I didn't find this topic being discussed before.
> It seems to me to be good idea to place "How do I get Django and my JS 
> framework to work together?" or similar question and answer to it in FAQ in 
> Django's docs.
> Having very big popularity of JS frameworks now it is indeed very common 
> question being asked or searched on the Internet. Such question for ReactJS 
> has 65k views on StackOverflow [1]. 
> The answer could briefly explain that one can make use of Django backend 
> and produce API to be consumed by JS clients. Probably it would be good to 
> link to Django REST API project as a suggestion for big projects.
> What do you think about such addition to FAQ?
> Regards,
> Maciej
> [1] 
> https://stackoverflow.com/questions/41867055/how-to-get-django-and-reactjs-to-work-together

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