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A simple Django application for integrating Chartbuilder

Project description

A simple Django application for integrating Chartbuilder.

Install

pip install django_chartbuilder

Quick start

  1. Add django_chartbuilder to your INSTALLED_APPS setting:

    INSTALLED_APPS = (
        ...
        'django_chartbuilder',
    )
    
  2. Include the django-chartbuilder URLconf in your project urls.py:

    url(r'^/chartbuilder/$', include('django_chartbuilder.urls')),
    
  3. Navigate to /chartbuilder/ to get the default styled Chartbuilder chart generator (i.e. identical to http://quartz.github.io/Chartbuilder/)

Customization

You can extend the chartbuilder.html template to customize the chart generator.

In your project’s templates/django_chartbuilder/ directory, create a template chartbuilder.html and extend djangno_chartbuilder/index.html:

<!-- templates/django_chartbuilder/chartbuilder.html -->
{% extends "django_chartbuilder/index.html" %}

{% block title %}My Custom Chartbuilder Generator{% endblock %}

{% block extrajs %}
    <script src="some_random_script.js"></script>
{% endblock %}

Take a look at django_chartbuilder/templates/django_chartbuilder/index.html to find out (a lot of) additional sections you can override.

License

MIT

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