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Provides simple but efficient admin UI.
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Merge pull request #4 from philipmat/patch-1

Making it work with Flask >= 0.10 (Issue #3)
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README.rst

Introduction

https://secure.travis-ci.org/jeanphix/Flask-Dashed.png

Flask-Dashed provides tools for build simple and extensible admin interfaces.

Online demonstration: http://flask-dashed.jeanphi.fr/ (Github account required).

List view:

https://github.com/jeanphix/Flask-Dashed/raw/dev/docs/_static/screen.png

Form view:

https://github.com/jeanphix/Flask-Dashed/raw/dev/docs/_static/screen-edit.png

Installation

pip install Flask-Dashed

Minimal usage

Code:

from flask import Flask
from flask_dashed.admin import Admin

app = Flask(__name__)
admin = Admin(app)

if __name__ == '__main__':
    app.run()

Sample application: http://github.com/jeanphix/flask-dashed-demo

Deal with security

Securing all module endpoints:

from flask import session

book_module = admin.register_module(BookModule, '/books', 'books',
    'book management')

@book_module.secure(http_code=401)
def login_required():
    return "user" in session

Securing specific module endpoint:

@book_module.secure_endpoint('edit', http_code=403)
def check_edit_credential(view):
    # I'm now signed in, may I modify the ressource?
    return session.user.can_edit_book(view.object)

Organize modules

As admin nodes are registered into a "tree" it's quite easy to organize them.:

library = admin.register_node('/library', 'library', my library)
book_module = admin.register_module(BookModule, '/books', 'books',
    'book management', parent=library)

Navigation and breadcrumbs are automatically builds to feet your needs. Child module security will be inherited from parent one.

SQLALchemy extension

Code:

from flask_dashed.ext.sqlalchemy import ModelAdminModule


class BookModule(ModelAdminModule):
    model = Book
    db_session = db.session

book_module = admin.register_module(BookModule, '/books', 'books',
    'book management')
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