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AJAX tables and maps made simple

Project Description
Django Data Explorer facilitates visualizing data using AJAX tables and maps
with filters in Django applications.

You can see the examples at [http://djangoqb.qed.ai/](http://djangoqb.qed.ai/).

Previously this project was released under name `django-querybuilder`

Running examples
================

You can see example Django project using Django Data Explorer in directory
`example`. Go to the directory and execute:

pip install -r requirements.txt

And then:

./manage.py runserver


Using in your application
=========================

Add those lines to you project requirements or use them as PIP arguments.

django-data-explorer
-e git+git://github.com/qedsoftware/django-datatable-view#egg=django-datatable-view # for data-explorer

Afterwards, you can use our package the same way as in the example. You can
also consult docstrings.

For developers
==============

Frontend requirements
---------------------

To get frontend dependencies, you need to have `Node.js` installed.

After installing `Node.js`, install the frontend dependencies by running
the following from the root of your Django checkout:

npm install
npm run deps

Then build frontend files:

npm run build

For development run

npm run start

that way build will happen automatically each time you change any related files.

Django static files - important note
------------------------------------
Contents of the folders listed below are generated automatically.

/django_data_explorer/static/django_data_explorer/dist
/django_data_explorer/static/django_data_explorer/css
/django_data_explorer/static/django_data_explorer/libs

Modifying them manually does not make much sense, as they will be overridden.

They are included to enable the package to work immediately after installing it via pip.

Documentation
-------------

In Python, see docstrings for documentation. You can also browse them using
`help` method and using:

python -m pydoc django_data_explorer

Generate JavaScript docs into directory `js_docs`:

npm run js-docs

Running tests
=============

Django
------

./manage.py jenkins

Frontend
--------

npm test

All tests
--------
./jenkins.py

Test coverage
=============

JavaScript test coverage is available in the test output. To see Python coverage
report, execute in directory `example`:

coverage3 run ./manage.py test
coverage3 html ../django_data_explorer/*py
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