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Django’s class based generic views are a great way to reuse code and avoid boilerplate. In Django, however, each view is associated with a single URL. If you want to reuse some behavior that involves multiple urls it is often necessary to synchronize many different views. Think about a CRUD interface: it is not necessarily hard, but it can be both tedious and error prone.
View packs gather a collection of views and url entry points together in a single reusable unity. Hence, instead of creating separate CreateView, DetailView, UpdateView, DeleteView, etc, we can simply subclass the CRUDViewPack view pack:
from viewpack import CRUDViewPack from fooapp.models import FooModel class FooCRUD(CRUDViewPack): model = FooModel
In your urls.py, register all CRUD views as an include:
from django.conf import url from views import FooCRUD urlpatterns = [ ..., url(r'^foo/', FooCRUD.as_include(namespace='foo')), ]
Now you have registered a simple CRUD interface for your FooModel. The next step is to write the required templates and you’re done! (In fact, if you are lazy and use Jinja, we even offer a few ready to use templates!)
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