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A simple Django app for interacting with the Fieldbook.com API.

Project Description

django-fieldbook is a reusable Django app for interacting with the Fieldbook API. Fieldbook is the fastest and easiest way to create custom information tools. It’s as easy to get started with as a spreadsheet, but gives you all the power of a database-driven business application. Teams use it to track projects and clients, implement data collection workflows, and create custom content management systems.

Overview

Django-Fieldbook works with Django 1.8/1.9/1.10/1.11. It is based on fieldbook-py, a basic Python 3 client.

Quick start

  • Setup Django-fieldbook application in Python environment:

    $ pip install django-fieldbook
    
  • Migrate the fieldbook app to create the user model:

    $ migrate fieldbook
    
  • Add “fieldbook” to your INSTALLED_APPS setting like this:

    INSTALLED_APPS = (
        ...,
        'fieldbook',
    )
    
  • Write your views with different types (in view.py file or if you want in a nameview.py file):

    • A view to get the list of sheet names on the book extending the FieldbookSheetIndexView:
    class IndexView(FieldbookSheetIndexView):
        """Index class based view.
    
        Return the list of sheets associated with the book and render it
        into a bootstrap list-group.
        """
        template_name = "index.html"
    
        def get_context_data(self, **kwargs):
            context = super(IndexView, self).get_context_data(**kwargs)
            return context
    
        @method_decorator(login_required)
        def dispatch(self, request, *args, **kwargs):
            return super(IndexView, self).dispatch(request, *args, **kwargs)
    
    • A view to get the list of records on the selected sheet extending the FieldbookSheetTableView:
    class SheetTableView(FieldbookSheetTableView):
        """Sheet class based view.
    
        Returns the array of records (object) for the sheet and render it
        into a jquery datatable.
        """
        template_name = "index.html"
    
        def get_context_data(self, **kwargs):
            context = super(SheetTableView, self).get_context_data(**kwargs)
            return context
    
    • A view to get a specific record in a sheet extending the FieldbookSheetEntryView:
    class SheetEntryView(FieldbookSheetEntryView):
        """Return or remove a specific record in a sheet.
    
        If is present the url pramater 'to_delete', the current
        entry is removed.
        """
        template_name = "index.html"
    
        def get_context_data(self, **kwargs):
            """Update view context."""
            context = super(SheetEntryView, self).get_context_data(**kwargs)
    
            entry_to_delete = kwargs.get("to_delete", False)
            if entry_to_delete:
                context.update({
                    'sheet_entry': self.remove_sheet_entry(self.sheet_name, self.record_id),
                })
            else:
                context.update({
                    'sheet_entry': self.get_sheet_entry(self.sheet_name, self.record_id),
                })
            return context
    
        @method_decorator(login_required)
        def dispatch(self, request, *args, **kwargs):
            return super(SheetEntryView, self).dispatch(request, *args, **kwargs)
    
    • Then you need to map the views to an url in url.py file:
    url('^$', IndexView.as_view(), name="index"),
    # list sheets
    url(r'^sheet-table/sheet_name=(?P<sheet_name>[-\w]+)/$', SheetTableView.as_view(), name='sheet_table'),
    # single sheet by id
    url(r'^sheet-entry-(?P<record_id>\w+)/sheet_name=(?P<sheet_name>[-\w]+)/$', SheetEntryView.as_view(),
        name='sheet_entry'),
    url(r'^sheet-entry-(?P<record_id>\w+)/sheet_name=(?P<sheet_name>[-\w]+)/delete/$', SheetEntryView.as_view(),
        {'to_delete': True}, name='sheet_entry_delete'),
    
  • If you want you can use the base FieldBookUser model or extend it defining a simple model like this example:

    from fieldbook.models import FieldBookUser
    class CustomFieldBookUser(FieldBookUser):
        nick = models.CharField(max_length=100)
    
  • Map the login, logout and register to an url in url.py:

    url(r'^accounts/login/$', auth_views.login, {'template_name': 'login.html'}, name='login'),
    url(r'^accounts/logout/$', auth_views.logout, {'template_name': 'logged_out.html'}, name='logout'),
    url(r'^fieldbook/', include('fieldbook.urls')),
    

Notes

Feel free to fork and send a pull request.

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