How to implement a rest API in django, that would be another application could modify the data, referring to that API?

I wrote a simple RESTful API for Django using django-rest-framework. . Now unable to GET query data.
But there was a task to make API so that the application that has the right of access could access the API and change the data.
As a beginner, have no idea how to implement such a feature.
I would be grateful for any help)
June 14th 19 at 20:45
1 answer
June 14th 19 at 20:47
A bit not clear the issue, you do not understand how to make an app or how to authorize this app.
if the first then you just create a new project and write a client that accesses your API requests to help.
if authorization read up on OAuth2.0
How to make an app that accesses the API is clear to me.

For OAuth2.0 - thank you. What you will need.

But the question I have easier. It is not clear how to make the API through which you can change the data(Models). Ie GET/POST, something I'm really confused
How to make authorization - in principle, already knew. - Thomas.Osins commented on June 14th 19 at 20:50
Usually GET use to obtain resources, POST, PUT, and so on for data changes.
maybe that will help.
But how to handle the documentation - Mason.Welch commented on June 14th 19 at 20:53

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