a small reusable app for Django which provides a few improvements for working with Intercooler.js
It providea a middleware which extracts relevant Intercooler.js data from the querystring, and attaches it to the request as a separate QueryDict (ie: it behaves like request.POST or request.GET)
It also provides a small middleware for changing request method based on either the query string (_method=PUT) or a request header(X-HTTP-Method-Override: PUT)
Between them, they should capture all the incoming Intercooler.js data on which the server may act.
You can grab 0.2.0 from PyPI like so:
pip install django-intercooler-helpers==0.2.0
Or you can grab it from GitHub like this:
pip install -e git+https://github.com/kezabelle/django-intercooler-helpers.git#egg=django-intercooler-helpers
You need to add intercooler_helpers.middleware.IntercoolerData to your MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES (or MIDDLEWARE on Django 1.10+).
You may optionally want to add intercooler_helpers.middleware.HttpMethodOverride as well, if you don’t already have a method by which to fake the HTTP Method change. If you’re using <meta name="intercoolerjs:use-actual-http-method" content="true"/> then you don’t need HttpMethodOverride at all.
A brief overview of the public API provided so far:
For fully correct detection of Intercooler.js requests, you can call request.is_intercooler(). Behind the scenes, it uses request.maybe_intercooler() to detect whether ic-request was present, indicating it may have been a valid Intercooler.js request, and also checks request.is_ajax()
To parse the Intercooler-related data out of the query-string, you can use request.intercooler_data (not a method!) which is a QueryDict and should behave exactly like request.GET - It pulls all of the ic-* keys out of request.GET and puts them in a separate data structure, leaving your request.GET cleaned of extraenous data.
request.intercooler_data is a lazy data structure, like request.user, so will not modify request.GET until access is attempted.
The following properties exist, mapping back to the keys mentioned in the Intercooler.js Reference document
- returns the ic-current-url or None
- request.intercooler_data.element returns a namedtuple containing
- ic-element-name or None
- ic-element-id or None
- the ic-id which made the request. an ever-incrementing integer.
- a boolean indicating that it was an Intercooler.js request. Should always be true if request.is_intercooler() said so.
- ic-target-id or None
- request.intercooler_data.trigger returns a namedtuple containing
- ic-trigger-name or None
- ic-trigger-id or None
- If no ic-prompt-name was given and a prompt was used, this will contain the user’s response. Appears to be undocumented?
- request.changed_method is a boolean indicating that the request was toggled from being a POST to something else (one of GET, HEAD, POST, PUT, PATCH, DELETE, OPTIONS … though why you’d want to POST and have it act as a GET is beyond me. But that’s your choice)
- request.original_method if either _method=X or X-HTTP-Method-Override: X caused the request to change method, then this will contain the original request. It should always be POST
- request.method will reflect the desired HTTP method, rather than the one originally used (POST)
The tests are run against Django 1.8 through 1.10, and Python 2.7, 3.3, 3.4 and 3.5.
If you have a cloned copy, you can do:
python setup.py test
If you have tox, you can just do:
I’ve not yet built the demo, but eventually you’ll be able to do something like the following. It assumes you’re using something like virtualenv and virtualenvwrapper but you can probably figure it out otherwise:
mktmpenv --python=`which python3` pip install -e git+https://github.com/kezabelle/django-intercooler-helpers.git#egg=django-intercooler-helpers
cd src/django-intercooler-helpers python demo_project.py runserver
Bug reports and feature requests can be filed on the repository’s issue tracker.
If something can be discussed in 140 character chunks, there’s also my Twitter account.
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