Set up a tastypie - django-rest-framework compatibility layer so that we can transparently swap out things and plonk in rest-framework.
This means making the:
- 500 errors
- 400 form errors
The same between the two.
And finally write some docs and examples for developer so they know what to do.
Perhaps it would be better to make a v2 of the API and port the functionality of each endpoint over one by one? If we're moving to DRF, it would be simpler on the front-end to port one view at a time than it would be to port one feature at a time. I'd think that it would make a lot of things cleaner in the long run, as well. Thoughts?
Once the layer is in place its a matter of porting one view at a time. If would rather do this and have it be transparent for solitude, curling and everything else too. And I did most of it on the plane last week.
Start for solitude, will port over.