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django-icons 0.0.2

Icons for Django

Latest Version: 0.0.4

django-icons

Icons for Django

Warning

While version < 1 (0.x.y), this project will not be fit for production use, and not adhere to semver. From 1.0.0 on, django-icons will be deemed product ready and semantic versioning will be respected.

Features

Use simple template tags to generate icons in your web application. Supports Font Awesome out of the box, easily adaptable for other icon libraries.

The basic usage is

{% load icons %}
{% icon 'edit' %}

Requirements

Django >= 1.11 and a matching Python version. Using Python 3 is strongly recommended.

Running the tests

The test suite uses tox. Run the complete test suite like this:

tox

Run the tests only for the current environment like this:

python manage.py test

Origin

Our plans at Zostera for an icon tool originate in https://github.com/dyve/django-bootstrap3. We isolated this into a Font Awesome tool in https://github.com/zostera/django-fa. When using our own product, we felt that the icon tool provided little improvement over plain HTML. Also, Font Awesome’s icon names did not match the the intended function of the icon. This is how we came to think of a library that

  • Took a limited number of arguments
  • Converted those arguments into an icon
  • Was able to support multiple icon libraries
  • And could easily be extended by users

This is how we came to write and use django-icons.

Changelog

Log of changes to django-icons

0.0.2 - 2017-06-19

  • Updated docs and tests
  • Demo of custom SVG renderer included
  • FontAwesome and Bootstrap3 renderers included
  • New structure for settings dict
  • First documentation, linked to ReadTheDocs
  • First tests
  • Introducing the icon template tag

0.0.1 - 2017-06-15

  • First publication on GitHub and PyPI
  • Non-functional, just names and tests
 
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