What to pick up for SPA in django?

Hello, I would like something new, and stumbled on SinglePageApplications. Looked reactJS. He's certainly cool for small tasks where you need to load or run a small fragment on the website. But if you want the links also worked without a restart, I had to use a ranting inside react. It was difficult to understand Babel+Webpack => scored babelowsky and I use the JSX transformer(not very well, as I understand it). I looked to him and noticed that you can't use such great features django-templates, with its cool filters.
Has realized that React, it inserts HTML into the house through rendering via js, and Angular on the contrary tightens in hypertext markup language js. So I think in angulare whether to impose the project as it is laid out on shelves as usual. But I've heard there are some nuances, such as:
-Page links not and then are rendered separately, if you open a new page and to drive the link.
-csrf
-Forms
-{{}}
etc.
And now I need some advice. You need to choose to not abandon the virtues of django (urls, views, templates)?
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P. S:
And I would like Jankowski normal routing.
July 2nd 19 at 17:32
2 answers
July 2nd 19 at 17:34
Solution
You need to create a separate API for submitting list of ranting and that JS code can use them.
But from the render templates on the side of the back-ends you need to cancel/
Thank you. But as the initial page to? - Camren.Quigley30 commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:37
: Only one for her and make minimalistic template, through which the ship SPA.
All displays do only by means of SPA. - otho.Mraz23 commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:40
: Thank you!!!! - Camren.Quigley30 commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:43
July 2nd 19 at 17:36
It was difficult to understand Babel+Webpack => scored babelowsky and I use the JSX transformer(not very well, as I understand it).

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