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Structured data with Django

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Structured data with Django

Latest Version codecov Build Status License: MIT

Installation

pip install djld

Configuration

Add djld to your INSTALLED_APPS in settings.py, you can specify the folder containing your structured data overriding the LD_JSON_PATH variable

Usage

To render structured data in your templates you need the structured_data template tag

{% load djld %}

{% structured_data 'mydata.json' %}

You can use Django template sintax in your json files, and pass a context to the template tag

render(request, 'myapp/index.html', {
    'user_data' : {
        'url' : 'https://lotrek.it',
        'name' : 'Human Before Digital'
    }
})
{% load djld %}

{% structured_data 'mydata.json' user_data %}

You can also render a structured data from a dictionary, without using templates

render(request, 'myapp/index.html', {
    'user_data' : {
        'url' : 'https://lotrek.it',
        'name' : 'Human Before Digital'
    }
})
{% load djld %}

{% structured_data user_data %}

Run tests

$ pip install -r requirements-dev.txt
$ make test

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