Fast DRF (Fast Django REST Framework)

Installation

  • Install from pypy
pip install fast-drf
  • Edit your settings.py and add the following lines,
FAST_API_ENABLED_APPS = {
    'core',  # Any custom app
    'my_app'  # Another custom app
}

Quick Start

  • As you already installed the package, So, now update your every model or if you use base abstract model then it's good and less time you need. Update model like following,
from fast_drf.mixins.expose_api_model_mixin import ExposeApiModelMixin
from django.db import models


class MyModel(ExposeApiModelMixin, models.Model):
    #... All yor fields
    pass
    
    # The following methods are available from model mixin
    @classmethod
    def exposed_api(cls, *args, **kwargs):
        """
        This method holds a bunch of API configs and return like following...
        {
            "api_url": "",  # (REQUIRED)

            # You must use from HTTPVerbsEnum. Like HTTPVerbsEnum.GET.value, HTTPVerbsEnum.POST.value
            "allowed_methods": ['get', 'post', 'put', 'patch', 'delete'], # (NOT REQUIRED)

            # slug_field is application 'put', 'patch', 'delete' these methods
            "slug_field": "pk", # (NOT REQUIRED) DEFAULT [PK] (Must be model field, unique or primary key)

            "queryset": "",  # (NOT REQUIRED) default all
            "viewset_class": "",  # (NOT REQUIRED) BaseViewset class
            "serializer_class": "",  # (NOT REQUIRED) default BaseEntitySerializer
            "permission_classes": "",  # (NOT REQUIRED) default set from settings
        }
        :param args:
        :param kwargs:
        :return: An empty Dictionary/False OR Full config dictionary.
        """
        api_configs = {
            "api_url": 'my-model-api',
        }
        return api_configs

That's it. You can also override serializer class and viewset class