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June 2019

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Start by learning computer science and JavaScript; then learn the paradigm of MVC (model-view-controller) and then read the official angular docs

— Hi, is there anyone here help to accept an argument in django view from a ajax post request?

— This is the request from js to my url at django:
data: myargument})
and in django.viwes:
def post(request):
index = request.Post.get("myargument")
x = getIndex(index)

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— Hi team

I am starting react js learning
Can anyone help how to go for
Learning ?

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— U can Take the Tutorial

— React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces.

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- React Official Docs is the best place to start. React has a great documentaion.
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— What is the name of language used to query documents in mongodb like SQL in relational database?

— NoSql

— JS

— There is no special mongo language, it's just annotated JS objects essentially