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jQuery packaged in an handy django app to speed up new applications and deployment.

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JQuery 2.1.4


Django 1.4 or later


$ pip install django-static-jquery==2.1.4


Just add 'django.contrib.staticfiles' and 'django_static_jquery' to INSTALLED_APPS in your

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Refer to Django static files documentation to configure and deploy static files.


You can refer to jquery in your template with:

{% load staticfiles %}
{% static 'static_jquery/js/jquery.js' %}

Admin template customization:

{% load staticfiles %}

{% extends "admin/base_site.html" %}

{% block extrahead %}
    <script type="text/javascript" src="{% static 'static_jquery/js/jquery.js' %}" />
{% endblock %}

Static files:

static_jquery/js/jquery.js - JQuery - v2.1.4
static_jquery/js/jquery.min.js - JQuery (min) - v2.1.4
static_jquery/js/ - JQuery (map) - v2.1.4

static_jquery/js/jquery-migrate.js - jQuery Migrate - v1.2.1
static_jquery/js/jquery-migrate.min.js - jQuery Migrate (min) - v1.2.1

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