Start by creating a new account at https://app.jetadmin.io/register or sign up with Facebook.
2. Once you've registered, you'll be able to add a new project to Jet Admin and start the installation process.
3. Specify the name of your project and choose how you would like to install Jet Admin.
There are three integration options:
Simply enter your developer's email address and he/she will get access to the installation components of your project.
You'll be asked to choose your technology stack and a preferred deployment option. Here are the more detailed instructions for each method:
For any SQL database
In order to integrate Jet Admin with your project using SQL database you need to install Jet Bridge. It will connect to your database and link Jet Admin with your project. It will work even with your local application on localhost.
Jet Bridge sources are available on Github: https://github.com/jet-admin/jet-bridge
The simplest way to install Jet Admin is to deploy it to the Heroku cloud platform. It will require you to allow external access to your database.
Install Jet Bridge without additional software or web services on any server or localhost. You will need to install Python dependencies and run the application manually.
Install Jet Bridge without need to install any dependencies except Docker application. May require additional network configuration for your OS.
To integrate Jet Admin with your Django project you need to install the Jet Bridge package. It will work even with your local application on localhost.
Jet Bridge for Django sources are available on Github: https://github.com/jet-admin/jet-django
This is the quickest way to install Jet Admin for Django based projects. Installed in the same way as most Django packages.
Choose this option if you have already integrated Jet Bridge and received a token for your project. You'll be asked to enter your Jet Bridge API URL and Token to finish the installation.
Please see our guide to fixing some of the most common installation issues.