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A quick way to add React components to your Django templates.

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This django library allows you to add React (16+) components into your django templates.


  • Include react components using django templatetags
  • Unlimited amount of components in one view
  • Support custom models (that is from the beginning not json-serializable)
  • Server side rendering with Hypernova or Hastur


Install the library with pip:

$ pip install django_react_templatetags

Where to go from here?

You should first read Getting started, then go through these topics: - Settings - How to use the templatetags included in this library - Adding a single component - Adding multiple components - Examples - Working with models - Server side rendering - FAQ


This library include tests, just run


You can also run separate test cases:

python tests.test_filters.ReactIncludeComponentTest


Make sure you have installed, then run

coverage run
to measure coverage. We are currently at 95%.


Want to contribute? Awesome. Just send a pull request.


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Django-React-Templatetags is released under the MIT License.

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