Integrate Quill editor with Django project.
django-quill-editor makes Quill.js easy to use on Django Forms and admin sites
- No configuration required for static files!
- The entire code for inserting WYSIWYG editor is less than 30 lines
- It can be used in both admin and Django views
- Form | https://quill.lhy.kr/posts/create/normal/
- ModelForm | https://quill.lhy.kr/posts/create/
- Form (Initial HTML) | https://quill.lhy.kr/posts/create/normal/html/
- Form (Initial Text) | https://quill.lhy.kr/posts/create/normal/text/
- Admin | https://quill.lhy.kr/admin/login/
The full document is in https://django-quill-editor.readthedocs.io/, including everything about how to use the Form or ModelForm, and where you can add custom settings.
Please refer to the QuickStart section below for simple usage.
django-quill-editorto your Python environment
Requires Python 3.7 or higher and Django 3.1 or higher.
pip install django-quill-editor
# settings.py INSTALLED_APPS = [ 'django.contrib.admin', ... 'django_quill', ]
QuillField to the Model class you want to use.
- App containing models.py must be added to INSTALLED_APPS
- After adding the app, you need to run makemigrations and migrate to create the DB table.
# models.py from django.db import models from django_quill.fields import QuillField class QuillPost(models.Model): content = QuillField()
Using in admin
Just register the Model in admin.py of the app.
from django.contrib import admin from .models import QuillPost @admin.register(QuillPost) class QuillPostAdmin(admin.ModelAdmin): pass
Running the Live Demo project in local
The live demo is a deployment of the "playground" package, which is a django application within this library.
After cloning or downloading the repository, you can try running the live demo locally.
A Python virtual environment is required to run the project.
# [Optional] We recommend that you start after creating a folder for your project. mkdir ~/projects cd projects # Clone repository git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:LeeHanYeong/django-quill-editor.git # Go to the project directory and apply the virtual environment cd django-quill-editor # [apply venv] # Go to the playground package cd playground # Install requirements pip install -r requirements.txt # Run migrate and runserver python manage.py migrate python manage.py runserver
After the above operation, the live demo site works at localhost:8000.
As an open source project, we welcome contributions. The code lives on GitHub
Distribution tips (for owners)
# black brew install black # pre-commit brew install pre-commit pre-commit install
poetry install # Install PyPI distribution packages python deploy.py
brew install sphinx-doc # macOS
cd docs make html # ... # The HTML pages are in _build/html. cd _build/html python -m http.server 3001
docker-compose up (in local)
docker-compose -f docker-compose-local.yml up --build --force-recreate --remove-orphans
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