django-dynamic-forms is a reusable Django application to create and configure forms through the admin.
django-dynamic-forms lets you create your forms through the Django admin. You can add and remove form fields as you need them. That makes it perfect for creating survey or application forms.
Add 'dynamic_forms.apps.DynamicFormsConfig' to the INSTALLED_APPS:
INSTALLED_APPS = ( ... 'dynamic_forms.apps.DynamicFormsConfig', ... )
Add 'dynamic_forms.middlewares.FormModelMiddleware' to the MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES (probably at the end):
MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES = ( ... 'dynamic_forms.middlewares.FormModelMiddleware' )
Add 'dynamic_forms.urls' to the URL patterns:
urlpatterns = patterns('', ... url(r'^dynamic_forms/', include('dynamic_forms.urls', namespace='dynamic_forms')), ... )
You can set DYNAMIC_FORMS_EMAIL_RECIPIENTS in your settings to a list of e-mail addresses. Forms being send via e-mail will then be send to those addresses instead of those defined in settings.ADMINS. Each recipient will see all other recipients. See send_mail in the officiall documentation.
Change into the example/ directory
Apply all migrations: python manage.py migrate
Create a superuser (if not asked before): python manage.py createsuperuser
Run python manage.py runserver
The admin is available at http://127.0.0.1:8000/admin/.
You can find an example form at http://127.0.0.1:8000/example-form/.
Running the tests
Make sure to install tox: $ pip install tox
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