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Welcome to django-controlcenter!

Get all your project models on one single page with charts and whistles.

django-controlcenter

Attention!

Unfortunately, I have no time to add new features. Please make PR if you need one:

  • branch from master
  • provide tests
  • add docs
  • update changelog

That's it.

Rationale

Django-admin is a great tool to control your project activity: new orders, comments, replies, users, feedback -- everything is here. The only struggle is to switch between all those pages constantly just to check them out for new entries.

With django-controlcenter you can have all of your models on one single page and build beautiful charts with Chartist.js. Actually they don't even have to be a django models, get your data from wherever you want: RDBMS, NOSQL, text file or even from an external web-page, it doesn't matter.

Quickstart

Install django-controlcenter:

pip install -U django-controlcenter

Create a dashboard file with unlimited number of widgets and dashboards:

from controlcenter import Dashboard, widgets
from project.app.models import Model

class ModelItemList(widgets.ItemList):
    model = Model
    list_display = ('pk', 'field')

class MyDashboard(Dashboard):
    widgets = (
        ModelItemList,
    )

Update settings file:

INSTALLED_APPS = [
    ...
    'controlcenter',
    ...
]

CONTROLCENTER_DASHBOARDS = (
    ('mydash', 'project.dashboards.MyDashboard'),
)

Plug in urls:

from django.urls import path
from django.contrib import admin
from controlcenter.views import controlcenter

urlpatterns = [
    path('admin/', admin.site.urls),
    path('admin/dashboard/', controlcenter.urls),
    ...
]

Open /admin/dashboard/mydash/ in browser.

Documentation

Check out the docs for more complete examples.

Compatibility

Build Status Codecov

Tested on py 3.5—3.10 and django 1—4.

Credits

This project uses Chartist.js, Masonry.js and Sortable.js.

Changelog

0.3.1

  • Support django 4.0, python 3.10. Thanks to @mick88.
  • Fixed LineChart example. Thanks to @virtosubogdan.

0.3.0

  • Support django 3.0
  • Python 3 only

0.2.9

  • chartist-plugin-pointlabels temporary fix
  • Added sorting triangles to ItemList
  • ItemList header is now always displayed regardless sortability
  • Other misc improvements

Thanks to @minusf.

0.2.8

  • Fixed key_value_list.html widget template syntax error.
  • Fixed attribute typo widget.chartist.point_labels -> point_lables.

Thanks to @minusf.

0.2.7

  • New TimeSeriesChart widget. Thanks to @pjdelport.
  • New "simple" widgets: ValueList and KeyValueList. Thanks to @tonysyu.
  • Bunch of fixes and improvements, thanks again to @pjdelport.

0.2.6

  • Fixed navigation menu links, thanks to @editorgit

0.2.5

  • It's now possible to use slugs for dashboards instead of those indexes in CONTROLCENTER_DASHBOARDS. The old behaviour is supported too.

0.2.4

  • It's compatible with django 1.8—2.1 now
  • Custom app name can be passed to ControlCenter class

0.2.3

  • Updated column grid, thanks to @pauloxnet.
  • Grammar fixes, thanks to @danielquinn.
  • It's should be possible now to use a custom dashboard view with a custom template.

0.2.2

  • dashboard.html now extends admin/base_site.html instead of admin/base.html in order to display branding block. Thanks to @chadgh.
  • Updated jsonify tag filter, thanks to @k8n.

0.2.1

  • Django 1.10 support. Tested in tox only.
  • Updated the SingleBarChart example, thanks to @greeve.

0.2.0

  • Unlimited dashboards support.
  • Configuration constructor is moved to a separate project -- django-pkgconf. It's a dependency now.

0.1.2

  • Chart i series color fix. Thanks to @uncleNight.
  • Docs. Finally.

0.1.1

  • Better responsive experience.

0.1.0

  • First public release.