Changelog#

1.17.2 (2023-11-16)#

  • Fix asgiref dependency declaration.

1.17.1 (2023-11-14)#

  • Fix ASGI compatibility on Python 3.12.

    Thanks to Grigory Vydrin for the report in Issue #381.

1.17.0 (2023-10-11)#

  • Support Django 5.0.

1.16.0 (2023-07-10)#

  • Drop Python 3.7 support.

  • Remove the unnecessary type attribute on the <script> tag generated by django_htmx_script.

  • Allow custom JSON encoders in trigger_client_event().

    Thanks to Joey Lange in PR #349.

1.15.0 (2023-06-13)#

  • Support Python 3.12.

1.14.0 (2023-02-25)#

  • Support Django 4.2.

1.13.0 (2022-11-10)#

1.12.2 (2022-08-31)#

  • Improve type hints for trigger_client_event() by using a TypeVar.

    Thanks to Chris Tapper in PR #260.

1.12.1 (2022-07-29)#

  • Override HttpResponseClientRedirect.url property to fix HttpResponseClientRedirect.__repr__.

1.12.0 (2022-06-05)#

  • Support Python 3.11.

  • Support Django 4.1.

1.11.0 (2022-05-10)#

  • Drop support for Django 2.2, 3.0, and 3.1.

1.10.0 (2022-05-07)#

  • Make trigger_client_event() return the response.

  • Add async support to HtmxMiddleware to reduce overhead on async views.

1.9.0 (2022-03-02)#

  • Move documentation from the README to Read the Docs. Also expand it with sections on installing htmx, and configuring CSRF.

    Thanks to Ben Beecher for intial setup in PR #194.

  • Add HttpResponseClientRefresh for telling htmx to reload the page.

    Thanks to Bogumil Schube in PR #193.

1.8.0 (2022-01-10)#

  • Drop Python 3.6 support.

1.7.0 (2022-01-10)#

  • Use DjangoJSONEncoder for encoding the HX-Trigger event.

    Thanks to Cleiton de Lima in PR #182.

  • Drop redundant ‘async’ from debug <script> tag.

1.6.0 (2021-10-06)#

  • Add HttpResponseClientRedirect class for sending HTMX client-side redirects.

    Thanks to Julio César in PR #121.

  • Add django_htmx.http.trigger_client_event() for triggering client side events.

1.5.0 (2021-10-05)#

  • Support Python 3.10.

1.4.0 (2021-10-02)#

  • Support the HX-Boosted header, which was added in htmx 1.6.0. This is parsed into the request.htmx.boosted attribute.

1.3.0 (2021-09-28)#

  • Support Django 4.0.

1.2.1 (2021-07-09)#

  • Make extension script error handler also show 404 errors.

1.2.0 (2021-07-08)#

  • Installation now requires adding "django_htmx" to your INSTALLED_APPS setting.

  • Add extension script with debug error handler. To install it, follow the new instructions in the README.

    htmx’s default behaviour is to discard error responses. The extension overrides this in debug mode to shows Django’s debug error responses.

  • Add django_htmx.http module with HttpResponseStopPolling class and HTMX_STOP_POLLING constant.

1.1.0 (2021-06-03)#

  • Support the HX-History-Restore-Request header, which was added in htmx 1.2.0. This is parsed into the request.htmx.history_restore_request attribute.

  • Support the Triggering-Event header, which is sent by the event-header extension. This is parsed into the request.htmx.triggering_event attribute.

  • Stop distributing tests to reduce package size. Tests are not intended to be run outside of the tox setup in the repository. Repackagers can use GitHub’s tarballs per tag.

1.0.1 (2021-02-08)#

  • Remove X-HTTP-Method-Override handling from HtmxMiddleware. This has not been needed since htmx 0.0.5, when use of the header was extracted to its method-override extension in htmx commit 2305ae.

1.0.0 (2021-02-07)#

  • Add HtmxMiddleware which handles request headers from htmx.

  • Add example app on GitHub repository which demonstrates using django-htmx features.

  • Remove the {% htmx_script %} template tag. Include htmx on your pages yourself - this allows you to better customize the way htmx is installed to suit your project - for example by using the async script attribute or by bundling it with extensions.

  • Remove the HTMXViewMixin, {% htmx_include %} and {% htmx_attrs %} tags. Partial rendering can be done more with a simpler techinque - see the demo page in the example app, added in Pull Request #30.

0.1.4 (2020-06-30)#

  • This version and those before explored what’s possible with htmx and django, but were not documented.