Topic: MDB Angular 13, Django, Gunicorn, Daphne, PostgreSQL
PrashantTeke free asked 1 year ago
We have started using the Angular with Django for our as a Server Software with Database for Embedded System Products.
We came across your website for Angular ready package solutions which can help us for time to market.
Could you please let us know below things, which will help us to start all our project with your MDB Angular Framework Projects 1. Can we use back-end as Django with your MDB Angular? 2. Can we use websocket with your MDB Angular? ( We are planning to use both Gunicorn (HTTP) and Daphne(Websockets)) 3. Can we able to install and use other Angular packages if its doesn't include in your MDB Angular Package? 4. Could you please let us know your limitation (If any) for using integrated below mentioned framework, MDB Angular 13, Django, Gunicorn, Daphne, PostgreSQL.
Thanks and Best Regards, Prashant
As for the 1, 2 and 4:
MDB Angular is just an Angular UI library that contains multiple ready-to-use presentational components, it should not in any way affect the other technologies used in your project. If you were able to correctly install Angular in your application, then there should not be any problem with MDB installation as well.
We encourage you to test our free version, maybe there will be some additional questions/problems that we can help with: https://mdbootstrap.com/docs/b5/angular/getting-started/installation/
As for the 3:
In general, it should be possible, but in some cases there may be some conflicts in CSS styles and property names (directives inputs and outputs). Style conflicts can be particularly difficult to avoid because we are unable to predict what global styles a given library uses. However, I think these problems should not arise if you try to add only individual components.
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