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A template only and DRY solution for creating tables.

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dj-tables

A template only and DRY solution for creating tables.

Specifying how data is displayed should be exclusively done by the template, and this library aims to do this by providing powerful template tags for constructing complex tables.

The full documentation is available on Read the Docs.

Installation

Install the package using pip:

pip install dj-tables

Add dj_tables to your INSTALLED_APPS:

INSTALLED_APPS =(
    # ...
    'dj_tables',
    # ...
)

Basic Example

We start with this basic model:

class MyModel(Model):
    my_field = CharField()
    some_other_field = IntegerField()

and this generic ListView:

class MyListView(ListView):
    model = MyModel
    template_name = 'some_template.html'

And creating the table in your template is straightfoward, add a few tableheader tags with the attributes you want to be rendered.

{% load dj_tables %}
{% table object_list %}
    {% tableheader key='my_field' %}
    {% tableheader key='some_other_field' %}
{% endtable %}

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