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Use Google Sheets as context variables in Django templates

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Use Google Sheets as context variables in Django templates Requirements Status


In your template:

{% load sheets %}
{% csv "1uPsdcGUnUsf3d2xGHRGUUb7_k5IQPtBvfQY61u8Z8wE" as data %}
        {% for header in data.headers %}
            <th>{{ header }}</th>
        {% endfor %}
        {% for row in data.rows %}
            {% for cell in row %}
                <td>{{ cell }}</td>
            {% endfor %}
        {% endfor %}

View the output, you should see

Origin (English) Name (English) Origin (Native) Name (Native)
Australia Nicole Kidman Australia Nicole Kidman
Austria Johann Strauss Österreich Johann Strauß
Belgium (Flemish) Rene Magritte België René Magritte
Belgium (French) Rene Magritte Belgique René Magritte
Belgium (German) Rene Magritte Belgien René Magritte


Documentation is available at


0.1.2 (2014-24-03)

  • Added gid parameter for multi-sheet documents

0.1.1 (2014-22-01)

  • Added .headers and .rows methods (aliases for [0] and [1:])

0.1.0 (2014-18-01)

  • First release on PyPI.

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