JSON web tokens (JWT) are a fast and easy way to add authentication and authorization to any web service. Authentication and authorization are two fundamentally different things. Authentication is the process of confirming that a user is who they claim to be. Authorization, on the other hand, limits the scope of what a user is allowed to do. Granting additional access to an administrator, compared to a regular user, would be an example of authorization.
Nowadays, JSON Web Tokens are the most common way of proving identity information to APIs. The concepts behind JWTs are also quite easy to understand, and it takes only a couple of minutes to have the most basic authentication running.
Django is the preferred framework for web development using the Python language. Its developer documentation is complete, with a large number of tools and components, you can quickly create a website, and the currently released version 3.1 fully supports asynchronous. In this tutorial, you'll see How to Build a simple REST API using Django
The ultimate goal of product management is to build a product that incrementally meets the needs of users. If you can successfully create a loved product that meets the needs of users, you’re creating value and will ultimately capture value.
Set aside all the libraries and syntax. You need to understand how the technology works first!