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through-the-web creation of templated sql->json APIs for querying data

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== Installation ==

To install into an existing Django project:

  • Add “apihangar” to your INSTALLED_APPS
  • include() “apihangar.urls” somewhere in your URLconf
  • Define APIHANGAR_DATABASES in your

APIHANGAR_DATABASES specifies which database connections may be used by the apihangar to issue queries against. The setting should be a list of 2-tuples (alias, label) where the aliases refer to database connection aliases defined in your project’s DATABASES setting.

IT IS NOT RECOMMENDED THAT YOU ADD “default” TO YOUR APIHANGAR_DATABASES. The recommended way to use apihangar is to set up one or more read-only database connections; add these as secondary databases in your DATABASES dict; and then use these read-only connections for your APIHANGAR_DATABASES.

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