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A user for djangorestframework that uses an email as the username.

Project description

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Overview

A user for djangorestframework that uses an email as the username.

Features

  • Use email as username for loging in
  • One name field instead of first name and last name
  • Endpoints for creating an account, viewing, and updating accounts
  • Django admin to work with EmailUser model.

Requirements

  • Python 3.5+
  • Django 2.2+
  • Djangorestframework 3.10+

Installation and Configuration

Install using pip:

$ pip install djangorestframework_emailuser

Add 'emailuser' to INSTALLED_APPS:

# mysite/settings.py
INSTALLED_APPS = [
    ...
    'emailuser',
]

Add the following line to settings.py to override django’s default User model with the ‘EmailUser’ model:

# mysite/settings.py
AUTH_USER_MODEL = 'emailuser.EmailUser'

Add urls to url conf:

# mysite/urls.py
from django.urls import path, include
urlpatterns = [
  ...
  path('accounts/', include('emailuser.urls')),
]

Using

To create a user programatically:

from django.contrib.auth import get_user_model

normal_user = get_user_model().objects.create_user(
    email='me@example.com',
    name='My Name',
    password='MyPassword'
)

superuser = get_user_model().objects.create_superuser(
    email='admin@example.com',
    name='Super Name',
    password='MySuperPassword'
)

Using Endpoints:

Assuming emailuser urls were set to /accounts/:

Creating user

POST {"email": email, "name": name, "password": password} to /accounts/users/register

Updating User

PUT {"email": email, "name": name, "password": password} to /accounts/users/<int:pk>/ or PATCH the attribute you want to change to /accounts/users/<int:pk>/

Referencing User

To reference user object in your code as a string (As for foreign keys):

from django.conf import settings

user_model = settings.AUTH_USER_MODEL

To reference the user class directly:

from django.contrib.auth import get_user_model

user_model = get_user_model()

See Django docs for more details.

Attributes

The EmailUser model has the following attributes:

email
The email address used as the login username.
name
A single field for the name of the user.
password
The password is hashed as set by the django settings.
is_superuser
A boolean attribute that can only be set programatically.
is_staff
A boolean attribute that can be set by the admin site or programatically.

EmailUser also subclasses django.contrib.auth.models.PermissionsMixin.

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