ActionBar is an auxiliary UI plug-in for QOR Admin. It generates a small bar on the top of frontend pages. The bar contains:

  • Switcher of Preview and Edit mode,
  • Login/Logout links,
  • Additional links according to QOR Admin configuration.



Register ActionBar to QOR Admin

  ActionBar = action_bar.New(Admin)

Then render ActionBar in the view, usually we put it in the view context.

  viewCtx["ActionBarTag"] = admin.ActionBar.Render(ctx.Writer, ctx.Request)

  // In the template

The UI looks:


Advanced usages

ActionBar has a RegisterAction function to do so. Here's an example that adds admin link to ActionBar.

  ActionBar.RegisterAction(&action_bar.Action{Name: "Admin Dashboard", Link: "/admin"})

Be able to edit resource in the front-end directly.

Imagine the administrator of a EC site could edit a product detail in the shopping page rather than edit it in the back-end CMS. The shopping page editing could help the administrator to have a better operation experience. We have integrated this feature to ActionBar. The setup is easy.

First, register view functions. The example uses Render to render the template. So we register functions by Render.RegisterFuncMap. The admin.ActionBar in the example is an instance of QOR Admin.

  for key, value := range admin.ActionBar.FuncMap(ctx.Writer, ctx.Request) {
    Render.RegisterFuncMap(key, value)

Then render the edit button in the template.

// Assume this is in the product show page
{{ render_edit_button .Product }}

Then you will see a Edit button in the product show page and the administrator could edit product's info in the front-end directly.

Online Demo, you will see a bar at the top of homepage after logged in as an administrator.

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