Django Accounts re-implements several views from Django contrib auth to use the messageing framework instead stand-alone pages for simple messages. It also includes a email authentication backend.
pip install django-accounts-cbv
accounts to your
INSTALLED_APPS = ( ... 'accounts', )
To your sites
urlpatterns = patterns('', ... url(r'^accounts/', include('accounts.urls')), )
The email authentication backend will allow users to login with the email address and password.
To enable it add
'accounts.auth_backends.EmailBackend' to your
AUTHENTICATION_BACKENDS = ( 'accounts.auth_backends.EmailBackend', 'django.contrib.auth.backends.ModelBackend', )
Login inherits from FormView for easy extensibility.
Logout inhertis from RedirectView for easy extensibility. It also displays a logout message.
PasswordReset inherits from FormView for easy extensibility. It displays a message once a reset request is submited.
PasswordResetConfirm inherits from FormView for easy extensibility. It displays a message once the user has changed their password.
UserUpdate inherits from UpdateView for easy extensibility. It allows a user change their account information.
A form for changing an existing user's username and/or password. The password is optional and the form will only attempt to update the password if text is in the password input and it matches the confimation input.