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version 1.0.6 on May 21st, 2013

Flask-Admin

https://travis-ci.org/mrjoes/flask-admin.png?branch=master
Introduction

Flask-Admin is advanced, extensible and simple to use administrative interface building extension for Flask framework.

It comes with batteries included: model scaffolding for SQLAlchemy, MongoEngine, MongoDB and Peewee ORMs, simple file management interface and a lot of usage samples.

You're not limited by the default functionality - instead of providing simple scaffolding for the ORM models, Flask-Admin provides tools that can be used to construct administrative interfaces of any complexity, using a consistent look and feel.

Documentation

Flask-Admin is extensively documented, you can find documentation here.

3rd Party Stuff

Flask-Admin is built with the help of Twitter Bootstrap and Select2.

If you want to localize administrative interface, install Flask-BabelEx <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/Flask-BabelEx> package.

Kudos

Some ideas were taken from the Flask-Admin by Andy Wilson.

Examples

The library comes with a few examples, you can find them in the examples <https://github.com/mrjoes/flask-admin/tree/master/examples directory.

Changelog

1.0.6
  • Model views now support default sorting order
  • Model type/column formatters now accept additional view parameter
  • is_visible for administrative views
  • Model views have after_model_change method that can be overridden
  • In model views, get_query was split into get_count_query and get_query
  • Bootstrap 2.3.1
  • Bulk deletes go through delete_model
  • Flask-Admin no longer uses floating navigation bar
  • Translations: French, Persian (Farsi), Chinese (Simplified/Traditional), Chech
  • Bug fixes
1.0.5
  • SQLAlchemy 0.8 support
  • Choices and PostgreSQL Enum field type support
  • Flask-BabelEx will be used to localize administrative interface
  • Simple text file editor
  • File admin has additional hooks: rename, edit, upload, etc
  • Simple text file editor
  • External links in menu
  • Column descriptions
  • Possibility to override master template
  • Reworked templates. New 'layout' sample with completely different administrative UI
  • Ability to customize wtforms widget rendering through form_widget_args property
  • German translation (WIP)
  • Updated documentation
  • Lots of bug fixes
1.0.4
  • MongoEngine support
  • Raw PyMongo support
  • Model property names are more consistent now
  • Revamped InlineForm implementation
  • Proper support of SQLAlchemy model inheritance
  • Updated to bootstrap 2.2.1
1.0.3

General:

  • Peewee 2.x support
  • Model form scaffolding is now customizable in model views
  • Inline model forms are much more customizable now
  • List view type-based formatters
  • Database NULL will be displayed in list view as empty string by default. Use type-based formatter if you want to show something else.
  • Use Select2 instead of Chosen
  • List view formatting callbacks. See example.
  • _template_args property is now available in all views
  • on_model_change and on_model_delete callbacks
  • Model backends now support list_display_pk property
  • Minor template refactoring, more blocks to override
  • Supported multiple Admin class instances for one Flask application
  • File uploads are now supported in model views
  • Use HTTPS CDN for jQuery
  • Lots of minor fixes

SQLAlchemy backend:

  • Support for non-nullable boolean fields
  • If create/delete/update fails, Flask-Admin will rollback the transaction
  • Default column values support
  • list_display_all_relations to show many-to-one relations in list view
  • get_query method, which can be overridden to implement additional filtering/sorting/etc
  • Synonym properties support
  • Backend will ignore protected fields (name starting with underscore) from now on
  • Support for various PostgreSQL fields

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Last updated May 21st, 2013

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