django-anysign presumes digital signature involves models in the Django project: one to store the signatures, another to store signers, and one to store backend specific options.
That said, django-anysign does not embeds concrete models: it provides base models you have to extend in your applications. This design allows you to customize models the way you like, i.e. depending on your use case.
Here is the minimal integration you need in some models.py:
import django_anysign class SignatureType(django_anysign.SignatureType): pass class Signature(django_anysign.SignatureFactory(SignatureType)): pass class Signer(django_anysign.SignerFactory(Signature)): pass
The example above is taken from django-anysign‘s Demo project.