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spring-like request_mapping for django.

Project description

Make urlpatterns more human-readable.


django == 2.x

notice: I haven't tested it in version 3.x, so I don't know if it is supported, if there is any result, you can tell me


Install and update using pip:

pip install -U  django-request-mapping

A Simple Example

from django_request_mapping import request_mapping

class UserView(View):

    @request_mapping("/login/", method="post")
    def login(self, request):
        data = request.POST
        return HttpResponse("ok")

    @request_mapping("/signup/", method="post")
    def signup(self, request):
        return HttpResponse("ok")

    def get_role(self, request, user_id):
       return HttpResponse("ok") 

    @request_mapping("/<int:pk/", method='delete')
    def delete(self, request, pk):
        return HttpResponse("ok")

class RoleView(View):
    # ...

from django_request_mapping import UrlPattern
urlpatterns = UrlPattern()

and request urls are:

post:  http://localhost:8000/user/login/
post:  http://localhost:8000/user/signup/

get:  http://localhost:8000/user/1/role/
delete: http://localhost:8000/user/1/
# ...

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