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Django CRUD using a single view and hence a single URL.

Project description

A single view implementation of table CRUD operations for Django.

Introduction

Django comes with an excellent admin framework that provides a sophisticated interface for table CRUD operations. However, the admin framework is closely tied to Django’s default user management and its permission management systems. If your project bypasses either of these, employing the CRUD in the admin framework can get a little tricky.

Secondly, django admin also implicitly adds a number urls to your url namespace. These urls list the apps whose models are are registered with it and for each app, the models in the app that have an admin CRUD interface. While these can be forcefully removed by overriding the ModelAdmin class and using it to create your own admin based CRUD classes, managing and getting around its various dependencies can quickly get tedious to manage. And when Django gets upgraded, you have the job of reviewing the new admin interface to make sure that it did not introduce any new ‘holes’ into your url namespace.

This project is aimed at addressing the above shortcomings by developing a pure django view that provides basic table CRUD operations. You derive from this view providing it with the appropriate initialization parameters and then hook it up to the url namespace yourself explicitly.

Installation

  1. Easiest way to install crud is to get it from PyPi using pip. Do this by:

    pip install singleurlcrud
    
  2. Add it to INSTALLED_APPS in projects settings.py:

    INSTALLED_APPS = (
        ...
        'singleurlcrud',
        ...
        )
    

Dependencies

  • django-bootstrap3
  • django-pure-pagination

Quickstart

Consider the following model (taken from ‘polls’ app, which is bundled with the crud source code):

from django.db import models

class Question(models.Model):
    question_text = models.CharField(max_length=200)
    pub_date = models.DateTimeField('Date published')
    author = models.ForeignKey(Author, null=True, default=None)

To get a fully functional CRUD for this table, declare a view like below:

from singleurlcrud.views import CRUDView
from .models import Question

QuestionCRUDView(CRUDView):
    model = Question
    list_display = ('question_text', 'pub_date', 'author')

Thereafter, hook this view to the desired url through urls.py:

from django.conf.urls import url
from .views import *

urlpatterns = [
        url(r'^questions/$', QuestionCRUDView.as_view(), name='questions')
        ]

That’s it! You get a fully functional CRUD that will allow you to create, update and delete records from Question table, all rooted at the url yoursite.com/questions/.

Overview

TBD

Reference

TBD

License

Modified BSD

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