Suggest popular packages you would like to be supported by Django Suit #3

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Please suggest packages you would like to be supported. Also vote for packages that are already suggested, so we know which are most wanted. Thank you.

I deleted comments with apps that have been already implemented. Here is the list of currently supported apps:

  • django-cms
  • django-filer
  • django-mptt
  • django-reversion
  • django-import-export

Documentation and examples:
http://django-suit.readthedocs.org/en/develop/#supported-apps

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As mentioned in #2 I would like Django-cms to be supported. A close second would be Zinnia.

Kilian commented Feb 25, 2013

As mentioned in #2 I would like Django-cms to be supported. A close second would be Zinnia.

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Yeah, Zinnia support would be fantastic

Yeah, Zinnia support would be fantastic

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julianwachholz Mar 2, 2013

django-mptt-tree-editor would be included with Django CMS support, right?

Also django-polymorphic.

django-mptt-tree-editor would be included with Django CMS support, right?

Also django-polymorphic.

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I would love integration with django-admin tools, mainly for the feature that allows you to change the apps name in the admin. 

I would love integration with django-admin tools, mainly for the feature that allows you to change the apps name in the admin. 

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Out of the box support for geodjango fields in the admin would be pretty awesome.

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Out of the box support for geodjango fields in the admin would be pretty awesome.

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Django+cms and Zinnia support will be wonderful

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Django+cms and Zinnia support will be wonderful

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django-tinymce

django-tinymce

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django-redactor, django-reversion

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django-redactor, django-reversion

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maartendraijer May 1, 2013

As you've added support for django-cms and django-filer already, it would be cool to see django-form-designer (https://github.com/philomat/django-form-designer) getting supported too, as this is a much used plugin with django-cms. 😃

As you've added support for django-cms and django-filer already, it would be cool to see django-form-designer (https://github.com/philomat/django-form-designer) getting supported too, as this is a much used plugin with django-cms. 😃

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What about the former contrib app django-databrowse? It was removed from 1.5 but still seems to be under active development (more or less at least): https://github.com/Alir3z4/django-databrowse

For example a link to a model instance could lead to a corresponding databrowse url by default. There the user just can look a the data. When he wishes to edit it, he clicks the edit button on that page. I think accomplishing that is not that intrusive. I'll look into it myself, when I have the time ;-)

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What about the former contrib app django-databrowse? It was removed from 1.5 but still seems to be under active development (more or less at least): https://github.com/Alir3z4/django-databrowse

For example a link to a model instance could lead to a corresponding databrowse url by default. There the user just can look a the data. When he wishes to edit it, he clicks the edit button on that page. I think accomplishing that is not that intrusive. I'll look into it myself, when I have the time ;-)

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Will django-floppyforms (https://github.com/brutasse/django-floppyforms) work easily inside DS?

Will django-floppyforms (https://github.com/brutasse/django-floppyforms) work easily inside DS?

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@poptosic: Mezzanine http://mezzanine.jupo.org/

Unfortunately Grappelli is one of required dependencies for Mezzanine, which makes it kind awkward and hard to support them and it would "theme for theme" situation. I am not familiar with mezzanine so i am not sure how deep grappelli is integrated into mezzanine, but i think the only way we could add support for mezzanine is if it runs in standalone mode without grappelli too.

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@poptosic: Mezzanine http://mezzanine.jupo.org/

Unfortunately Grappelli is one of required dependencies for Mezzanine, which makes it kind awkward and hard to support them and it would "theme for theme" situation. I am not familiar with mezzanine so i am not sure how deep grappelli is integrated into mezzanine, but i think the only way we could add support for mezzanine is if it runs in standalone mode without grappelli too.

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Add support for django-guardian please. Thanks

Add support for django-guardian please. Thanks

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+1 for django-polymorphic

+1 for django-polymorphic

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Supporting https://github.com/deschler/django-modeltranslation for the tabbed navigation would be really great... thats actually the only thing why I'm not using django-suit right now :(

Supporting https://github.com/deschler/django-modeltranslation for the tabbed navigation would be really great... thats actually the only thing why I'm not using django-suit right now :(

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django-crispy-forms

django-crispy-forms

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+1 FeinCMS

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Modeltranslation in admin interface will be really great.

Modeltranslation in admin interface will be really great.

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https://github.com/Yaco-Sistemas/django-inplaceedit (to edit inline, e.g.: in the changelists)
https://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-transmeta (to model translation)

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+1 for FeinCMS

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+1 for FeinCMS

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I would really like support for a model translation package such as django-hvad (https://github.com/kristianoellegaard/django-hvad).

I would really like support for a model translation package such as django-hvad (https://github.com/kristianoellegaard/django-hvad).

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+1 Feincms

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will be great if you guys could take a look at django-admin-tools. however seems I have to move forward first, since I need to use both django-suit and django-admin-tools within one project soon.

ghost commented Sep 6, 2013

will be great if you guys could take a look at django-admin-tools. however seems I have to move forward first, since I need to use both django-suit and django-admin-tools within one project soon.

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will be great if you guys could take a look at django-admin-tools. however seems I have to move forward first, since I need to use both django-suit and django-admin-tools within one project soon.

@danielchang1991 i don't think it is possible to use django-suit and django-admin-tools together, because they both are doing same thing - extending lot of django admin original templates and there will be a lot of conflicts. I believe they will work, but templates/css/layout will be a mess. In comparison it would be same like using wordpress with two themes simultaneously which is impossible.

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will be great if you guys could take a look at django-admin-tools. however seems I have to move forward first, since I need to use both django-suit and django-admin-tools within one project soon.

@danielchang1991 i don't think it is possible to use django-suit and django-admin-tools together, because they both are doing same thing - extending lot of django admin original templates and there will be a lot of conflicts. I believe they will work, but templates/css/layout will be a mess. In comparison it would be same like using wordpress with two themes simultaneously which is impossible.

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@darklow Sorry I didn't make it clear. For my demand, it is about to integrate the fancy UI from django-suit and the all-in-one dashboard from django-admin-tool. Ya you're right, it will be a mess to join the templates without merge. :)

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@darklow Sorry I didn't make it clear. For my demand, it is about to integrate the fancy UI from django-suit and the all-in-one dashboard from django-admin-tool. Ya you're right, it will be a mess to join the templates without merge. :)

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@danielchang1991 Dashboard customisation is one of top priority features, that i will start as soon as summer ends. But right now you can take a look on this issue #49

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@danielchang1991 Dashboard customisation is one of top priority features, that i will start as soon as summer ends. But right now you can take a look on this issue #49

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django mptt tree editor: https://bitbucket.org/san/django-mptt-tree-editor/.
It works with no changes but a little bit of styling would allow it to look much better inside Suit.

An alternative would be to add native support drag & drop reordering of MPTT models to Suit.

django mptt tree editor: https://bitbucket.org/san/django-mptt-tree-editor/.
It works with no changes but a little bit of styling would allow it to look much better inside Suit.

An alternative would be to add native support drag & drop reordering of MPTT models to Suit.

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@gamesbook i suggest you try out https://github.com/applegrew/django-select2
It works with Django Suit without any customizations. I will add some examples to demo later.
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@gamesbook i suggest you try out https://github.com/applegrew/django-select2
It works with Django Suit without any customizations. I will add some examples to demo later.
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I have looked at django-select2. Unfortunately, the poor documentation makes it close to unusable. django-selectable has a section in its docs on using it with grappelli (https://django-selectable.readthedocs.org/en/version-0.7.0/admin.html#using-grappelli) that can maybe help with integration with suit?

I have looked at django-select2. Unfortunately, the poor documentation makes it close to unusable. django-selectable has a section in its docs on using it with grappelli (https://django-selectable.readthedocs.org/en/version-0.7.0/admin.html#using-grappelli) that can maybe help with integration with suit?

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+1 Modeltranslation

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+1 Modeltranslation

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+1 django-rest-framework
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+1 FeinCMS

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+1 FeinCMS

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👍 FeinCMS

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👍 FeinCMS

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+1 Wagtail!

+1 Wagtail!

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+1 Wagtail

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+1 Wagtail

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+1 Wagtail, DRF, Fein

+1 Wagtail, DRF, Fein

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@SalahAdDin @guetux @DylanLukes How can possibly Django Suit support wagtail if it has its own unique layout and templates?

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@SalahAdDin @guetux @DylanLukes How can possibly Django Suit support wagtail if it has its own unique layout and templates?

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@darklow +1 for your point on wagtail. I've been following the emails for this issue. How on earth would wagtail be supported @SalahAdDin @guetux @DylanLukes ?

@darklow +1 for your point on wagtail. I've been following the emails for this issue. How on earth would wagtail be supported @SalahAdDin @guetux @DylanLukes ?

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I've been watching, Wagtail will implement personal customization modules to allow the Admin also it is common admin improve wagtail with django-admin, admin not own Wagtail.
Wagtail have used? Wagtail has an own dmin and one very simple to django-admin, was thinking of doing more complex the admin, at least similar to what used django cms and is implemented in the demo django-suit.
If I make me understand?
If you want i can put some images about it :D

I've been watching, Wagtail will implement personal customization modules to allow the Admin also it is common admin improve wagtail with django-admin, admin not own Wagtail.
Wagtail have used? Wagtail has an own dmin and one very simple to django-admin, was thinking of doing more complex the admin, at least similar to what used django cms and is implemented in the demo django-suit.
If I make me understand?
If you want i can put some images about it :D

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And other +1 django-smart-selects :D

And other +1 django-smart-selects :D

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+1 django-modeltranslation

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  • Mezzanine
  • Grappelli itself

It's not impossible, just difficult - IMHO the Mezzanine fork of Grappelli might be a little easier to do.

The issue is, Django-Filebrowser is a necessary functionality for many people/projects, including Mezzanine, and it depends on (and is written by the author of) Grappelli - even though Grappelli itself is largely unneccessary.

There are forks of Filebrowser out there with no Grappelli, but they mostly are unsupported after a while, and none have gained enough traction to stay current - so most people are stuck with either the Grappelli/Filebrowser combination, or the Mezzanine fork of both.

As I recall, the author of Grappelli has stated his intention not to do a mobile / responsive version, nor migrate to newer tech like Bootstrap3.

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  • Mezzanine
  • Grappelli itself

It's not impossible, just difficult - IMHO the Mezzanine fork of Grappelli might be a little easier to do.

The issue is, Django-Filebrowser is a necessary functionality for many people/projects, including Mezzanine, and it depends on (and is written by the author of) Grappelli - even though Grappelli itself is largely unneccessary.

There are forks of Filebrowser out there with no Grappelli, but they mostly are unsupported after a while, and none have gained enough traction to stay current - so most people are stuck with either the Grappelli/Filebrowser combination, or the Mezzanine fork of both.

As I recall, the author of Grappelli has stated his intention not to do a mobile / responsive version, nor migrate to newer tech like Bootstrap3.

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+1 Wagtail 👍

+1 Wagtail 👍

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+1 FeinCMS
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+1 django-fluent-pages and django-fluent-contents

+1 django-fluent-pages and django-fluent-contents

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django-daterange-filter so that users can filter dates in date range intervals. Most up-to-date fork is here: https://github.com/brunotikami/django-datefilterspec

This other fork is attempting to integrate but it's not looking flawless: https://github.com/Glamping-Hub/django-datefilterspec

django-daterange-filter so that users can filter dates in date range intervals. Most up-to-date fork is here: https://github.com/brunotikami/django-datefilterspec

This other fork is attempting to integrate but it's not looking flawless: https://github.com/Glamping-Hub/django-datefilterspec

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+1 django-modeltranslation

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👍 django-model-translate

👍 django-model-translate

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django-model-translate +1

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django-model-translate +1

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django-parler / django-hvad :)

EnTeQuAk commented Nov 3, 2015

django-parler / django-hvad :)

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+1 django-selectable o/

+1 django-selectable o/

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👍 django-modeltranslation.

👍 django-modeltranslation.

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django-simple-history

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django-simple-history

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Hello,
I would like to suggest integration with django-nested-admin
https://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-nested-admin

Hello,
I would like to suggest integration with django-nested-admin
https://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-nested-admin

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As per this comment: https://github.com/darklow/django-suit/issues/3#issuecomment-125134782 Any chance of a selectable date range filter? Or is there an alternative to this already in the works?

cmivxx commented May 9, 2016

As per this comment: https://github.com/darklow/django-suit/issues/3#issuecomment-125134782 Any chance of a selectable date range filter? Or is there an alternative to this already in the works?

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+1 django-daterange-filter

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+1 django-daterange-filter

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+1 django-daterange-filter

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Hello.
I would suggest to support :

Thanks.

Hello.
I would suggest to support :

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Wagtail

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