Next.js & Django – Build Complete Jobs Portal with Postgres


Welcome to this Ultimate Full-stack course of the latest technologies Next.js & Django REST Framework if you want to construct a Full Stack App using Next.js & Django REST Framework.

Next.js is a production-ready react framework with all the capabilities you need for production: hybrid static and server rendering, route pre-fetching, and more. With three major characteristics, this is one of the most powerful tools:

  • Routing based on files
  • Rendering on the Server
  • Development of full-stack applications

The Django REST framework, on the other hand, is a strong and versatile platform for creating Web APIs. It is one of Django’s most popular frameworks; it is user-friendly and has a lot of features. Serialization, filtering, pagination, exception handling, validation, authentication, and more features have made life much simpler.

So, to construct a comprehensive Full Stack Jobs Portal, we’ll use Next.js, Django, and Postgres. We’ll first produce an address’s coordinates and then present the map on the user interface. To create this full-stack project, we’ll stick to recommended practices.

The following are some of the features that will be added to this ready-to-use app:

  • Add the Jobs resource to the mix.
  • Obtaining Address Coordinates
  • Pagination and Filtering are now available.
  • Simple JWT for Complete Authentication
  • Defending Routes Against Unauthorized Users
  • Using AWS S3 to store files
  • Mapquest is used to render maps.
  • Handling Custom Exceptions
  • Next.js for Server-Side Rendering
  • The employer section is complete.
  • Fill out a Job Application
  • New Job Postings
  • Recruiting Job Candidates
  • Create topic statistics in the same way that Java does.
  • Verify and deploy your app on Heroku.

The whole DEMO of this project is available in the course material. I’ll see you in the course if you’re ready to construct a production-ready, full-stack jobs portal app.


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