Provides functionality around handling images inside Django.
This package is currently in the process of being revisited. This section will be updated once that has been done.
You can install the latest release of armstrong.apps.images using pip:
pip install armstrong.apps.images
Make sure to add armstrong.apps.images and armstrong.apps.content to your INSTALLED_APPS. You can add this however you like. This works as a copy-and-paste solution:
INSTALLED_APPS += ["armstrong.apps.images", "armstrong.apps.content", ]
armstrong.apps.content is required because Image extends from the Content model inside apps.content.
- 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
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.
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armstrong.apps.images is part of the Armstrong project. You're probably looking for that.
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