# Direct View Usually components will be included in a regular Django template, however a component can also be specified in a `urls.py` file in instances where the having an additional template is not necessary. ## Template Requirements - there must be one (and only one) element that wraps around the portion of the template that should be handled by `Unicorn` - the wrapping element must include `unicorn:view` as an attribute - the template must included the `unicorn_scripts` and `csrf_token` template tags Similar to a class-based view, `Unicorn` components have a `as_view` function which is used in `urls.py`. ## Example ```python # book.py from django_unicorn.components import UnicornView class BookView(UnicornView): title = "" ``` ```html {% load unicorn %} {% unicorn_scripts %} {% csrf_token %}


{{ title }}
``` ```python # urls.py from django.urls import path from unicorn.components.book import BookView urlpatterns = [ path("book", BookView.as_view(), name="book"), ] ```