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django-crispy-form has replaced django-uni-form

We've decided to move development on django-uni-form to django-crispy-forms. From now on, development on django-uni-form has been stopped, and any future work will be for security issues only on legacy code.


The best way to have Django DRY forms. Build programmatic reusable layouts out of components, having full control of the rendered HTML. All this without breaking the standard way of doing things in Django, so it plays nice with any other form application.

The application mainly provides:

  • A filter named |as_uni_form that will render elegant div based forms. Think of it as the built-in methods: as_table, as_ul and as_p. You cannot tune up the output, but it is easy to start using.
  • A tag named {% uni_form %} that will render a form based on your configuration and specific layout setup. This gives you amazing power without much hassle, helping you save tons of time.

By default all the templates were designed to work with Uni-form, but you can create your own or use other bundles available, see the docs for more information.



For extensive documentation see the docs folder or read it on readthedocs


django-uni-form only supports Django 1.2 or higher and Python 2.5.4, Python 2.6.x and Python 2.7.x. If you need to support earlier versions of Django or Python you will need to use django-uni-form 0.7.0.

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