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Project Description

Tools to integrate develop an Ember app using Django as the backend.

It can:

* Generate an Ember app inside your Django project
* Preconfigure said app to expect Django REST Framework's JSON data
* Automatically generate Ember models based on your Django models
* Run Ember automatically alongside your Django development server,
configuring the Ember app to look for an API endpoint specified in
Django's ``.

It makes very few Django-specific changes to the internal Ember project, which
should make it easier to separate the two projects later, if you outgrow the
shared-repo strategy.


To use django_ember_toolkit, you'll need [Node](
and [Ember CLI]( See the
installation instructions at their respective sites for details.

Then just `pip install django_ember_toolkit` and add `django_ember_toolkit` to


django_ember_toolkit looks in `settings.EMBER_TOOLKIT` for a configuration
dictionary containing:

"API_PATH": "/path/to/api", #the URL at which Ember can find your REST API
"EMBER_APP_NAME": "some-name", #the name ember-cli should give your app
"EMBER_APP_PATH": "client", # optional: the filesystem path, relative to
# BASE_DIR, where the Ember project should be
# stored
"MODELS_TO_SYNC": ["auth.*", "myapp.Widget"] # models to use when
generating Ember models

Note: MODELS_TO_SYNC takes a list of model specifiers, each either
"[appname].[ModelClass]" or "[appname].*" (the latter selects all models in the
indicated app)


django_ember_toolkit exposes a set of new management commands:

* `create_ember_project`: generates a new Ember app inside your Django
project, configures it to use Django REST Framework's JSON format,
and overwrites Ember's environment.js config file to allow
django_ember_toolkit to easily "push" certain settings into Ember.

* `generate_ember_config`: generates a backend-config.js file, which is
loaded by django_ember_toolkit's modified environment.js file. This
is usually run automatically when you need it.

* `generate_ember_models`: using ember-cli's scaffolding tools, generates a
set of client-side models based on the models specified in
settings.EMBER_TOOLKIT['MODELS_TO_SYNC']. If the models already exist,
Ember CLI will ask if you want to replace them on an individual basis.

* `runserver_ember`: runs the Ember development server alongside the Django
development server.

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