devilry.devilry_theme — The Devilry theme¶
The devilry.devilry_theme app is deprecated. Use devilry.devilry_theme2.
ExtJS apps should use the extjs4.views.Extjs4AppView from django_extjs4:
from django.utils.translation import ugettext as _ from extjs4.views import Extjs4AppView class AppView(Extjs4AppView): template_name = "devilry_examiner/app.django.html" appname = 'devilry_examiner' title = _('Myapp') # The initial title until you set one in your app
Writing ExtJS apps is out of scope of this guide. The code above will give you a view that you can add to your urls.py. You have to put your app.js in static/myapp/app.js, and it will just work. Take a look at devilry_student and devilry_subjectadmin for inspiration.
Normal Django apps¶
Normal Django apps can extend devilry_theme/nonapptemplate.django.html template. This will give you access to all of the bootstrap CSS, and the Devilry header at the top of your page. Most parts of the template and its parent-template can be modified by overriding blocks. See their source code for more details.