Sorry for the relatively noob question - just trying to decode how to bolt things into an existing app. Django 1.11, Python 3, using MaterializeCSS 1.0 Alpha. I've cloned the demo over from Github. Looks like I replicate the whole tree under app Material into my project, replicate demo.py to get a material.base import and 3 class definitions as my own appname.py, put material, material.frontend and material.admin as INSTALLED_APPS up front in my apps settings.py and - is that it?
Just agonising over bits and bobs in the demo as it's still referencing jQuery in places, which I thought had gone away as a MaterializeCSS dependency. And wondering if I put the materialize/1.0.0-alpha.2 minified CSS and js includes off their CDN or use the ones left in the material/admin/css and /js directories?
Any help or guidance really appreciated.
pip install django-materialand then follow: http://docs.viewflow.io/material_frontend.html
Django 2.0 support Drop Material Admin
Stuck on the real basics. I have a project called say "project_fred", have an app in there called "fred", do a pip install of django-material. The project and app already have customisations to have email address as the sole authentication method. Done the addition of material, material.frontend and material.admin to installed apps. Is there a way to scaffold out the material support files if I already have an app defined?
I'm suspect there's a missing fred.apps.fredConfig needed in INSTALLED_APPS along the way too.
fredcontain models, views, urls, templates? is it in your project settings?