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October 2007

Lift Web Framework witj scala

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Welcome to the lift Web Framework lift is yet another web development framework. lift runs inside a Java web container and uses the Scala programming language for coding. lift stresses security, developer productivity, ease of deployment, ease of maintainability, performance, and compatibility with existing systems. lift borrows from the best of existing frameworks including Seaside's highly granular sessions and security, Rails fast flash-to-bang, Django's "more than just CRUD is included", and Erlyweb's scalability for Comet-style applications. lift is built on Scala, a hybrid Functional and O-O language that compiles code down to the Java Virtual Machine. Scala code can call any Java code and make use of all Java classes. Java code can call some Scala code. lift applications are packaged as WAR files and can be deployed on any Servlet 2.4 engine (e.g., Tomcat 5.5.xx, Jetty 6.0, etc.)

July 2007

Hardware4Linux - About is a web site to lookup and report hardware compatibility and incompatibility with Linux distributions. Status We are in the early development stage. Only the reporting layers are done. We need help to validate that this is working correctly on various hardware and Linux flavors. Help us by uploading the largest number of different systems! Next step is a search page. Send any feedback to flepied at gmail dot com.

django-rest-interface - Google Code

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The Django REST interface is a Summer of Code project that implements a general method offering a public and private API for existing Django models. New generic views will simplify data retrieval and modification via different web services in a resource-centric REST architecture, providing model data in formats such as XML, JSON and YAML with very little custom code. The REST interface consists of two major parts: 1. Easily configured Create/Read/Update/Delete (CRUD) method access patterns for models. 2. Resources that don't correspond 1:1 to models. More information: * Initial proposal * First mail to django-developers

PyLucid CMS - an OpenSource CMS written in Python, using django

PyLucid is a lightweight, OpenSource ( GPL 2.x or newer ) content management system ( CMS ) written in Python using django . Nearly all output can be customized. No shell account is needed. You only need a standard webserver with Python (at least v2.4) CGI and MySQL ( mySQLdb ) to run PyLucid. PyLucid/django are WSGI conform, so you can run it as CGI, fastCGI, mod_Python and others...

April 2007

Python on Rails?

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Comparatif des framewrok web pour python

March 2007

Zope/Plone, Ruby on Rails, Turbogears, Django and J2EE.

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A practical comparison between Zope/Plone, Ruby on Rails, Turbogears, Django and J2EE.

January 2007

Les Journées Perl 2006 - django.models, l'ORM de Django

Dans le cadre de la série de présentations sur les bibiliothèques de mapping objet-relationel (ORM), je présenterais l'ORM intégré à Django, un framework web en Python. L'approche sera de montrer la philosophie des concepteurs de l'API de cet ORM et comment ils ont utilisé les spécificités du langage Python (introspection...).

the blixtra blog » Blog Archive » Top 30 Django Tutorials and Articles

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Top 30 Django Tutorials and Articles As a response to the Top 30 Ruby on Rails Tutorials, I’ve compiled a list of the top 30 Django tutorials and articles. These links are in addition to the great documentation on the Django project site. For those who don’t know, Django is a Python web development framework that makes development super fast.

Django | Download

How to get Django Django is available open-source under the BSD license. It requires Python version 2.3 or higher, but it has no dependencies on other Python libraries. There are a couple of ways you can get it: Option 1. Get the latest development version The latest and greatest Django version is the one that's in our Subversion repository (our revision-control system). Get it using this shell command, which requires Subversion: svn co

December 2006

Comparaison de TurboGears et Django, deux frameworks web Python - Biologeek : Ubuntu, bio-informatique et geekeries libres d'un bio-informaticien au quotidien.

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Entre deux traductions de tutoriels pour Django, j'ai décidé de traduire ce petit comparatif qui fait suite aux articles d'introduction à ces frameworks web publiés sur le site d'IBM (partie 1 consacrée à Django et partie 2 à TurboGears). Je trouve que c'est l'un des plus objectifs qui m'ait été donné de lire et il est à ce titre intéressant pour ceux qui sont dans le doute et/ou curieux.

The Django Book

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Meet The Django Book Welcome to the online version of The Django Book, a free book about Django. The book is due to be published in 2007 by Apress, but in the meantime you can read the "beta" book online. This is a work in progress, and we invite you to leave comments, suggestions and criticism (read more about the comment system). So, dive in, let us know what you think, and check back regularly for the latest chapter updates. There's an Atom feed that'll get updated each time we release new material. If you've got more general feedback that doesn't fit into the comment system, or if you just like email more, you can reach us at feedback @ this domain.

November 2006

Django | The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines

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Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design. Developed and used over two years by a fast-moving online-news operation, Django was designed to handle two challenges: the intensive deadlines of a newsroom and the stringent requirements of the experienced Web developers who wrote it. It lets you build high-performing, elegant Web applications quickly. Django focuses on automating as much as possible and adhering to the DRY principle.

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