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Keyed Lists for Django REST Framework

This package supports the serialization and deserialization of a list of objects stored in a dict where a unique value from the object (often a pk) is used as the key in the dict. For example,

{
    "1": {<other fields for object with id 1>},
    "2": {<other fields for object with id 2>},
    ...
}

The following is a usage example:

class MySerializer(ModelSerializer):

    class Meta:
        list_serializer_class = KeyedListSerializer
        keyed_list_serializer_field = 'id'

By replacing the list_serializer_class, this behavior will only be enabled when the many=True flag is used:

instance = {
   "id": "pk_val",
   "field1": "val1",
   "field2": "val2",
   ...
}

serializer = MySerializer(data=instance)
# this should work
serializer.is_valid()
serializer.save()

keyed_list = {
   "pk_val": {
       "field1": "val1",
       "field2": "val2",
       ...
   }
}

# many=True will trigger the keyed-list behavior
serializer = MySerializer(data=instance, many=True)
# this should also work
serializer.is_valid()
serializer.save()

Authors

2018, Clayton Daley III

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