Django framework to create custom content management systems
Django Arctic is a framework that simplifies the creation of custom content management systems. It provides a default responsive user interface, extends several of the Django Generic Views with extra features and adds role based authentication.
There are a lot of content management systems in the market that are a good fit for the implementation of many web sites. Most CMS systems make assumptions about the data model for posts, authentication and the administration interface.
There is however a tipping point, where the need to customize a CMS product is extensive enough that it ends up creating a more complex implementation than if the product was developed directly with a generic framework. This is specially true when the core of a CMS needs to be changed.
This is the case that Arctic wants to solve, creation of a CMS with a high degree of customization. Instead of being a ready-to-use CMS, Arctic is a framework that facilitates the construction of content management systems.
- Python 2.7, 3.5, 3.6
- Django 1.8, 1.9, 1.10
- Configurable menu
- Default responsive UI
- Role based authentication with permissions that can be object based.
- Optional tabbed interface to visually link multiple Views.
- ListViews support nested fields, sorting, filtering and linking.
- Forms with default improved widgets for datetime and option fields.
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