The tinymce4-widget sources include test_tinymce project that can be used to run automated tests or to try a live TinyMCE 4 editor widget. The test project can also serve as a basic example of tinymce4-widget usage.
To use the test project, first you need to install the necessary dependencies:
$ pip install -r requirements.txt
Then you need to create the test database:
$ python manage.py migrate
If you want to try TinyMCE in Django Admin, create a superuser to access the Admin interface:
$ python manage.py createsuperuser
To run automated tests, enter in the console:
$ python manage.py test test_tinymce
To open TinyMCE 4 editor, run the test server:
$ python manage.py runserver
Then open the project’s start page in your browser: http://127.0.0.1:8000. The browser will open a webpage with a TinyMCE 4 editor.
The commands described in this section need to be run from the tinymce4-widget sources root directory.
The test project is very basic and does nothing else, except for displaying the TinyMCE 4 editor.