Now, we can launch Django's development server to compose and send authenticated HTTP requests to understand how the configured authentication classes, combined with the permission policies, work. Execute any of the following two commands based on your needs to access the API in other devices or computers connected to your LAN. Remember that we analyzed the difference between them in Chapter 3, Creating API Views, in the Launching Django's development server section:
python manage.py runserverpython manage.py runserver 0.0.0.0:8000
After we run any of the previous commands, the development server will start listening at port
We will compose and send an HTTP
POST request without authentication credentials to try to create a new drone:
http POST :8000/drones/ name="Python Drone" drone_category="Quadcopter" manufacturing_date="2017-07-16T02:03:00.716312Z" has_it_competed=false
The following is the equivalent
curl -iX POST -H "Content-Type: application...