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Django is a great web application framework “for perfectionists with deadlines”.

A dApp is an app running on the blockchain: a smart contract on which users can call functions on.

This module provides blockchain support for Django, for reading and/or writing the blockchain, with the following features usable independently:

  • blockchain indexer

  • private key vault

  • blockchain writer

  • blockchain data normalization

  • metamask authentication backend

  • multiple blockchain support

In addition to these features, djWebdApp differenciates itself from indexers like dipdup because it is extensible: it’s just a module you add to your Django project like any other Django App, in which you can add models, endpoints, and have an admin interface for free, and so on, benefiting from the vast Django ecosystem of apps.

Currently, djwebdapp supports Tezos, new blockchain providers will be implemented along the way.

Getting started

Django basics

If you are not familiar with the Django development framework, it is recommended you follow their tutorial first, even though you can go through this tutorial copy/pasting your way.

You may use the demo project or create your own and install djwebdapp there.


To install djwebdapp with all optional dependencies:

` pip install djwebdapp[all] `

See’s extra_requires for other possibilities.

Demo project

For this tutorial, we’ll use the djwebdapp_demo project:

  • clone this project and go into the repository clone directory

  • run pip install -e .[all]

  • run ./ migrate

  • run ./ createsuperuser

  • run ./ runserver to start a server on http://localhost:8000/admin

  • run ./ shell to run Python commands

Custom project

Instead of the demo project, you can also create your own project, instead of the first step of cloning do:

  • run django-admin startproject your_project_name

  • in your_project_name/your_project_name/, add djwebdapp to INSTALLED_APPS,

  • proceed with the next steps migrate`, ``createsuperuser, runserver


Read documentation online or in the docs/ directory.

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