A standalone package using django-orm for database manipulation
Python
Latest commit 67d0e14 Jun 6, 2016 @masnun Merge pull request #1 from mattmc3/master
Updated code for Python3 and Django 1.9.x

README.md

Django ORM Standalone Application

Author: masnun@gmail.com

Requirements

This repository doesn't ship with a django installation. The system must have an existing django installation so that we can safely import required modules. A django app is absolutely not required. Among other requirements is the db backend. If you're planning to use mysql or pgsql - please make sure you have all dependencies met. This code works on Django 1.9.

Application Structure

  • settings.py - The Django settings module. Contains the database configuration in it. Modify this file to match your database credentials.
  • manage.py - The famous manage.py script from django projects.
  • main.py - This where we write codes. This is just a sample file to demonstrate how to import models.

  • data - The data directory works as a django application and contains the models.py which is where you put your models according to django conventions

How to setup?

  • git clone the source as a starting point
  • Change to your project directory
  • Create a new python3 virtualenv: python3 -m venv .env
  • Activate the virtualenv: source .env/bin/activate
  • Install Django: pip install django

How to use?

  • Generate a new SECRET_KEY for your settings.py.
  • Modify settings.py to add your database connection parameters.
  • Open "data/models.py". Modify existing model or add your own.
  • Run python manage.py makemigrations to make migration scripts
  • Run python manage.py migrate to create the tables and sync db changes. Feel free to use other manage.py commands available for django orm.
  • Everytime you make changes to models or change db parameters, don't forget to run the migrations.