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What is this?

Web development can be a pain. HTML, CSS, Javascript, DOM; it’s a few inches shy of bamboo under your fingernails. If you have a large application with a few people working on it can get even worse.

Django Skylark attempts to make some of this better by:

  • Letting you describe your pages and something else assemble it
  • Managing your media
  • Providing a thin Javascript framework for those that don’t need magic

Using Django Skylark

Django Skylark is a Django app. You can install it with pip:

pip install django-skylark

Inside your add the following:



You can view it online.

Or run these commands to build it locally

python --distribute
cd docs
make html; open _build/html/index.html



Release date: 06-Apr-2011

  • Fix to chmod cachedirectory as well


Release date: 06-Apr-2011

  • Setting proper permissions for directories


Release date: 06-Apr-2011

  • Added support for Django’s FILE_UPLOAD_PERMISSIONS when copying media


Release date: 01-Apr-2011

  • Added support Dojo 1.6


Release date: 01-Apr-2011

  • Added support for STATIC_ROOT and STATIC_URL for destination for copying media


Release date: 28-Jan-2011

  • Added support for rendering less.js on the server side. Need to have less.js installed into node.js


Release date: 07-Sep-2010

  • Renamed the project to django-skylark
  • Added support for html5
  • Added support for less.js
  • Upgraded to Dojo 1.5.0

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