Re-write an application from Turbogear to Django.

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Stamatia

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Nov 25, 2021, 12:34:17 PM11/25/21
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Hi,

I have a question that might need discussion.
I have a legacy application on Turbogears(1.5) and an old version of Dojo.js on front end and I want to re-write it on Django and Reactjs. 

What is the best approach to do it?
Is it better:
1. to start with backend and re-write everything on Django and then to change the front end
2. to change frontend and backend at the same time (step by step - page by page)
3. or to start with front end, apply the changes to current application and then to change backend?

Thanks,
Stam


Lalit Suthar

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Nov 25, 2021, 12:41:52 PM11/25/21
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I would have chosen the first option, since we can have some relationships in the database and once all the apis are ready. We can easily pick React part.

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Derek

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Nov 27, 2021, 3:29:47 AM11/27/21
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Agreed. You could also consider keeping Dojo and upgrading to the current version.
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