Django's admin interface is one of the really nice things about django because of it's functionality and useful tools. Nearly all of the reviews I have read about django have mentioned a good thing or two about the admin interface. There is however sometimes a need to go beyond or implement a lesser version of admin interface. This is where the adventure of living outside the realm of comfort for me begins ...
I have been trying to live outside the comfort of the admin interface for django and have found other niceties outside of the admin interface namely generic views, forms and others. I have been using these tools to build a web inventory cum sales application for one of our clients and happy to say it has been fairly successful.
I have tried a few things towards this goal:
2. Passing the model.DateTime a widget argument in which I call the widgets from django.contrib.admin.widgets. This resulted in a unexpected keyword error.
It would be nice if the django admin team can do a small writeup or a break down on how the admin interface was implemented. This would be really nice as there are some really good stuff in there which can also be useful in it's bits and pieces.