Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Including JS/CSS in reusable widget library

The way django handles static media works very well for js/css files which are included
in the library.

But if you want to build in external js/css files it gets ugly.

For example nice django-selectable widget. Has a long documentation on how to
include jquery-ui:


I came across this, because we use django-selectable in one project with success, but
it failed in an other. The reason was the missing jquery-ui js-files.

Ain't there a better solution for this?

Documentation like the above pages are good. But it is even better if there is
a common way how to handle this in the django world.


Thomas Güttler

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