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Shared utilities for POLITICO Civic apps

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POLITICO

politico-civic-utils

Quickstart

  1. Install the app.
$ pip install politico-civic-utils
  1. Add the app to your Django project and configure settings.
INSTALLED_APPS = [
    # ...
    'rest_framework',
    'civic_utils',
]

#########################
# civic_utils settings

CIVIC_UTILS_SECRET_KEY = ''
CIVIC_UTILS_AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID = ''
CIVIC_UTILS_AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY = ''
CIVIC_UTILS_AWS_REGION = ''
CIVIC_UTILS_AWS_S3_BUCKET = ''
CIVIC_UTILS_CLOUDFRONT_ALTERNATE_DOMAIN = ''
CIVIC_UTILS_S3_UPLOAD_ROOT = ''

Developing

Running a development server

Developing python files? Move into example directory and run the development server with pipenv.

$ cd example
$ pipenv run python manage.py runserver

Developing static assets? Move into the pluggable app's staticapp directory and start the node development server, which will automatically proxy Django's development server.

$ cd civic_utils/staticapp
$ gulp

Want to not worry about it? Use the shortcut make command.

$ make dev
Setting up a PostgreSQL database
  1. Run the make command to setup a fresh database.
$ make database
  1. Add a connection URL to the .env file.
DATABASE_URL="postgres://localhost:5432/civic_utils"
  1. Run migrations from the example app.
$ cd example
$ pipenv run python manage.py migrate

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