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Feb 27, 2023 ⋅ 5 min read

How to develop charts in your Django admin with Chart.js

Muhammed Ali I am a software developer passionate about technical writing and open source contributions. My area of expertise is full-stack web development and DevOps.

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One Reply to "How to develop charts in your Django admin with Chart.js"

  1. This is terrific. One suggestion is that I’d extend admin/change_list.html instead of copying it and then editing it because then you run the risk of being out of sync with Django when you upgrade it or want to use it further downstream too.

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