The Django package "thx-address" is designed to efficiently manage addresses within a Django web application. It provides predefined models to represent addresses, allowing for the specification of different address types such as billing or shipping addresses. Additionally, it offers functionality to add latitude and longitude coordinates to addresses and to find objects near a specific geographical point.


The "thx-address" package for Django represents a crucial resource for simplifying and optimizing address management within web applications. It allows for organizing and efficiently managing a wide range of information related to physical addresses, providing a clear and well-organized structure.

Through "thx-address," it's possible to create and manage various categories of addresses, such as "Billing Address" and "Shipping Address," and associate them with customers accurately and efficiently. This enables having a complete overview of all addresses linked to each customer, greatly simplifying management and navigation among relevant information.

Furthermore, the package offers the ability to enrich addresses with geographical information, such as latitude and longitude coordinates. This functionality proves particularly useful for map visualization and conducting location-based searches. For example, it's possible to locate all customer addresses within a certain radius from a specific location, such as the central warehouse or a pickup point.

Thanks to "thx-address," it's possible to manage all aspects related to addresses within the Django application precisely and efficiently. Whether it's an e-commerce website, a delivery management application, or any other context requiring address management, this package provides the necessary tools to do so professionally and accurately.

Model structure

The "thx-address" package includes three main models that allow you to manage addresses within your Django application:


  • AddressScope: This model enables you to define various "scopes" or contexts for addresses. For example, you might have one scope for billing addresses and another for shipping addresses. Each scope can be customized to meet your specific needs.

  • Address: The Address model represents a physical address. You can add details such as the street name, house number, postal code, city, and country. This model offers flexibility to manage different types of addresses, such as residential or commercial.

  • AddressCoordinate: This model provides additional functionality for managing the geographical coordinates of addresses. For example, you can add latitude and longitude coordinates to an address to simplify map visualization and searching for nearby addresses.


These models provide you with a solid and flexible structure for managing addresses in a Django application.



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