Django class based views for templates stored in a database.
The full documentation is at https://django-database-views.readthedocs.io.
- Django > 1.8
- A database engine such as MySQL
- Optionally cache your templates for a configurable amount of time.
- Works with ember-cli-deploy and more specifically with ember-cli-deploy-mysql.
Deploying Your Single Page Application
You can publish a new template to your database in any way you choose. We assume that you will use this to serve a Ember application, and the index template has been deployed to the database. The easiest way to deploy it is to use ember-cli-deploy-mysql.
If you are not using Ember you can still use this project to serve your application. You just have to properly deploy your template to your MySQL database. For template model field reference read the docs.
To run tests use the following commands:
source <YOURVIRTUALENV>/bin/activate (myenv) $ pip install -r requirements_test.txt (myenv) $ py.test
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