Starting a new Django project often involves installing and configuring various applications, which can be time-consuming and error-prone (e.g. missing
django-debug-toolbar). So I decided to solve this problem by using the Python entrypoint mechanism and
django-duke comes with a set of predefined plugins that can be seamlessly integrated into your Django project. These plugins cover popular applications, making it easy to enhance your project without the hassle of manual configuration. See available plugins.
Say goodbye to the tedious process of manually adding apps to your
INSTALLED_APPS, tweaking middleware settings, and handling other configuration details. With
django-duke, the goal is to achieve a zero-configuration approach, allowing you to focus on building your project rather than setting it up.
Installing popular applications is a breeze with
django-duke. Let’s take the example of
django-debug-toolbar. Instead of copying and pasting configurations from another project, you can simply install the
django-duke-debug-toolbar package, and
django-duke takes care of adding the necessary settings to your project.
django-duke goes the extra mile by automatically adding paths to your
urls.py file, ensuring that you don’t miss any crucial steps in the configuration process.
I am very interested to hear what you think about this!