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Django app for user friendly querying of Django models


The easiest way to develop this is against your existing client project.

The compiled Javascript is checked into the repo, so if only want to mess with the Python then it's sufficient to

1: Install data_browser in editable mode pip install -e <directory to your git clone>

If you want to modify the Javascript then you also need to

2: Enable proxying to the JS dev server by adding DATA_BROWSER_DEV = True to your settings 3: Fix up paths on the JS side by changing homepage in package.json to the correct path e.g. /data_browser/ 4: Run the dev server with WDS_SOCKET_PORT=3000 npm start This all assumes the dev server is running on the default localhost:3000

To build the JS, move the files around appropriately and recreate the wheels run

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