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A File Browser for REST API.

Project description

Warning!!! Work in Progress! Not ready for production use at all yet.

Django REST MediaBrowser

Client Loves CMS and Seperate JS Frontend. Thus born Django REST MediaBrowser. It will allow user to:

  1. Upload Files and Images with ownership and share two-level mechanism(view and edit)
  2. Keep your files safe unless you're the owner, or shared with you or the file is published publicly (Thanks to django-private-storage).
  3. A beautiful REST-API (of course based on django-rest-framewok) to use the whole system and build a media manager frontend on top of it.

Installation

Using pip:

pip install django-rest-filebrowser

Add this app and its dependencies in INSTALLED_APPS:

INSTALLED_APPS = [
    # ...
    'rest_framework',
    'taggit',
    'taggit_serializer',
    'private_storage',
    'django_filters',
    'rest_mediabrowser',
    #...
]

Add rest_mediabrowser urls in project's urls.py:

urlpatterns = [
    #...
    path('mediabrowser/', include('rest_mediabrowser.urls')),
]

Migrate.

TODO

  1. Write tests.
  2. Write a more comprehensive TODO.
  3. Code vigorously for first stable release.

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