The Django REST framework, a toolkit for building Web APIs to back-end services, is undergoing a series of upgrades covering under-the-hood capabilities as well as developer and user features.

Version 3.0, released Monday, fixes issues that were “a bit gnarly” and is a less user-facing release, Tom Christie, primary maintainer of Django REST, said. Release notes describe the upgrade as incremental: “There are some breaking API changes and upgrading will require you to read the release notes carefully, but the migration path should otherwise be relatively straightforward.”

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