gocept.jsform comes with files ready to be delivered to the browser. There is no need to browserify our code. It is, however, up to you to minify or bundle the library in the course of your deployment workflow.

Manual installation

If you prefer to include gocept.jsform by hand, please make sure to include the files in the correct order. For the Javascript code, you can copy & paste the following snipped.

<script type="text/javascript" src="src/helpers.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="src/templates.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="src/collection.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="src/jsform.js"></script>

You will also need to include the libaries needed by gocept.jsform. They are listed in the depencencies section in bower.json.

Installation via Fanstatic

There is a fanstatic integration package available for your Python backend. Install it via pip.

pip install gocept.jsform

Then, include the resources in your View.

from gocept.jsform import jsform


From 2.x to 3.0.0

gocept.jsform now only accepts precompiled templates generated via Handlebars.compile(). So if you have custom templates that you used with gocept.jsform, you now must wrap them into a Handlbars.compile() call.

Furthermore, to overwrite the standard templates, just add your compiled templates to gocept.jsform.templates['<name_of_the_template>'] or register them with gocept.jsform.register_template('<name_of_the_template>', '<your_html') (available from version 3.0.1).

The built-in templates were renamed and the gocept_jsform_templates namespace was removed. Have a look inside the templates folder for the new names.

From 1.x to 2.0.0

We switched the template engine from jsontemplate to Handlebars. So if you have custom templates, make sure to rewrite them as Handlebars templates.