Provides a concrete implementation of the
ContentBase model inside the
You can use this as a base-class for a common "content" type. You can use this type of structure inside your Django application to allow cross-content-type queries.
If you don't need that functionality, you can extend directly from
armstrong.core.arm_content.models.ContentBase to get all of the fields that
Content without having the extra table and relationship specified.
Installation & Configuration
You can install the latest release of
armstrong.apps.content using pip:
pip install armstrong.apps.content
Make sure to add
armstrong.apps.content to your
can add this however you like. This works as a copy-and-paste solution:
INSTALLED_APPS += ["armstrong.apps.content", ]
Once installed, you have to run either
migrate if you are
- Create something awesome -- make the code better, add some functionality, whatever (this is the hardest part).
- Fork it
- Create a topic branch to house your changes
- Get all of your commits in the new topic branch
- Submit a pull request
State of Project
Armstrong is an open-source news platform that is freely available to any organization. It is the result of a collaboration between the Texas Tribune and Bay Citizen, and a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
To follow development, be sure to join the Google Group.
armstrong.apps.content is part of the Armstrong project. You're
probably looking for that.
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