Dynamic forms for Django - data storage in Postgres Hstore
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dj-dynamic-forms

Update : This was forked as I needed a better way to store submitted data. I am not going to maintain it anymore, so please be careful if you want to use it for future projects. For dynamic forms, upstream should work for you.

Dynamic forms for Django

dj-dynamic-forms lets you create your forms through the Django admin. You can add and remove form fields as you need them. That makes it perfect for creating survey or application forms.

It uses Postgres Hstore extension to store forms data.

This project is fork of django-dynamic-forms by Markush2010 mainly to use Postgres Hstore by default.

Install

1. pip install -r requirements.txt
2. pip install dj-dynamic-forms

Postgres extension Hstore must be installed manually.

CREATE EXTENSION Hstore;

Usage

Add 'dynamic_forms' to the INSTALLED_APPS::

INSTALLED_APPS = (
    ...
    'dynamic_forms',
    ...
)

Add 'dynamic_forms.middlewares.FormModelMiddleware' to the MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES (probably at the end)::

MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES = (
    ...
    'dynamic_forms.middlewares.FormModelMiddleware'
)

You can set DYNAMIC_FORMS_EMAIL_RECIPIENTS in your settings to a list of e-mail addresses. Forms being send via e-mail will then be send to those addresses instead of those defined in settings.ADMINS. Each recipient will see all other recipients. See send_mail in the officiall documentation.

Example

  1. Change into the example/ directory
  2. Run ./manage.py runserver

The admin is available at http://127.0.0.1:8000/admin/.

  • Username: admin
  • Password: password

You can find an example form at http://127.0.0.1:8000/example-form/.

Running the tests

  1. Change into the tests/ directory
  2. Run ./runtests.sh