Framework recommendations for web service?


We're looking at the next phase of development for our webapp, and the main focus will be to move the core from the app to a web service so other systems can use the data we've gathered (we're thinking along ...
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component / event based web framework for python?

all, I've been surveying the field of python web frameworks for a while but there are just too many so I ask mighty Usenet. Is there a component / event based web framework for python Something that can abstract you from the request/response mechanism and ideally from html and javascript altogether As examples -- in other languages -- of what I have in mind: - in java: wingS, GWT, echo (2,3), karora, thinwire, itmill, and maybe others - in javascript: cappuccino - in lisp: weblocks - in smalltalk: seaside, aida/web - in .net: asp.net I would like to be able to write code equivalent to this C# example: ============ namespace WebApplication1 { public partial class _Default : System.Web.UI.Page { protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { Button b = new Button(); b.Text = "say hello"; b.Click += Button1_Click; Panel1.Controls.Add(b); } protected void Button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Label1.Text = " dynamically created on the fly UI !!!"; } } } ============
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Are there any python micro-frameworks (like ruby's Camping)?

Are there any python micro-frameworks (like ruby's Camping)
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RE: Django or TurboGears or Pylons? for python web framework.

I use Flex (from adobe) for the client side and turbogears for the server side and pass xml or json in between. It gives you a Flash client which is very Sexy and browser independent and very simple turbogears code in Python. Flex is essentially open source, but the IDE is about $295, although there are multiple ways of getting it for free, including a 30 day eval. The IDE is an Eclipse plugin, and is well worth the $$$ if you decide to go that way. > -----Original Message----- > From: python-list-bounces+frsells=adventistcare.org@python.org > [mailtoython-list-bounces+frsells=adventistcare.org@python.org] On > Behalf Of Aspersieman > Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2008 5:54 AM > To: 3000 billg; python-list@python.org > Subject: Re: Django or TurboGears or Pylons for python web framework. > > On Wed, 05 Nov 2008 08:35:23 +0200, 3000 billg > wrote: > > > Hi Senior, > > Hi > > > There was a case for web site that will be public to Internet for me. I > > like > > python so I do not consider the use of Ruby on Rails. > > Excellent choice > > > I searched more web framework of python from Google. The good solution > > just > > only there are Django, TurboGears and Pylons. > > I would recommend web2py [1]. > > > Just from my preferences, I want to use Django but the AJAX support will > > be > > a problem. Also I need to select a JavaScript framework and lean it, > > maybe > > JQuery, mootools or other. And I can not write python as it is written > in > > general javascript. I need to learn a different syntax. > > It supports (and comes with) jquery, has awesome ajax integration. > > > TurboGears or Pylons, I am worried that the issue of performance because > > CherryPy. > > I have read (somewhere - I can't find the link now, you can probably > google it) that it runs as fast or faster than django (and some other > frameworks). > > > Could everybody give me a hand for your select Django or Turbegears or > > Pylons and Why > > For Django VS web2py see [2] > For Turbogears VS web2py see [3] > > > If Django, how to do Ajax support for you and why > > For info on web2py and ajax see [4]. > > Also web2py supports SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MSSQL, FireBird and Oracle > databases - which is very cool for me as I often need to work on different > RDBMS's. Internationalisation is also a cinch. Plus - you can run the > whole framework from a USB drive and it includes a administrative > interface with a text editor so you can code your project *entirely* in a > web browser. It also runs on almost anything that supports python : > windows, unix/linux, OS X etc. I also has a very active and helpful > mailing list > > I have tried a couple of other frameworks but only web2py gave me that > 'just right' feel. Don't, however take only my word for it - and try other > frameworks to find the one that works for you. One is, fortunately, spoilt > for choice with all the cool python frameworks these days. > > > thanks eveybody first. > > HTH > > Nicol > > [1] http://www.web2py.com/ > [2] http://mdp.cti.depaul.edu/AlterEgo/default/show/101 > [3] http://mdp.cti.depaul.edu/AlterEgo/default/show/102 > [4] http://mdp.cti.depaul.edu/AlterEgo/default/show/80 > > -- > Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo > -- > http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list
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Best Unit Testing framework for Linux system administration scripting?

I manage a team of 5 linux sysadmins and I am trying to transition us from lengthy, mostly unreadable shell scripts to python scripting. After a few tutorials, I have been infected with the unit testing bug. Our scripts create custom versions of Fedora Core, build and deploy web software, and test servers post-installation for proper configuration. Friends in the python community, which unit testing frameworks do you recommend for these purposes I have looked at unittest and py.test so far and prefer py.test after a cursory examination. Also, can anyone point to me tutorials, resources on using unit testing in system administration
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Nagare web framework - 0.1.0

Hi all, I'm pleased to announce that the first (0.1.0) version of the Nagare web framework is released! To read about its features: http://www.nagare.org/trac/wiki/NagareFeatures Release info and download page: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/nagare/ Source and documentation are available at the website: http://www.nagare.org Mailing lists: http://groups.google.com/group/nagare-users About Nagare ============ Nagare is a components based framework: a Nagare application is a composition of interacting components each one with its own state and workflow kept on the server. Each component can have one or several views that are composed to generate the final web page. This enables the developers to reuse or write highly reusable components easily and quickly.
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Re: Keg - A python web framework

> I've been working on a python web framework which I think might be of > interest to you. > Details may be found at http://code.google.com/p/keg/wiki/Concept. > > > suggestions or comments will be greatly appreciated. I fail to see what the advantages of your framework are over django or turbogears. The description you give on the above url doesn't really help as all the goals you state for your project are solved by both django and turbogears. I wouldn't want to be too discouraging but it seems you are led by the NIH principle which is not a really useful one in the open source world. You can expect exactly 0 users and no appreciation for your efforts which will/can lead to frustration and bad health. Contributing to an already existing and mature framework like django and turbogears can/will be on the other hand rewarding. Cheers, Daniel -- Psss, psss, put it down! - http://www.cafepress.com/putitdown
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Is there any component-oriented (non-MVC) web framework available forPython?

Hi Is there any component-oriented (non-MVC) web framework available for Python That is something like Apache Wicket, Tapestry or JSF, but I need it to be in Python.
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ANN: OpenOpt 0.18 (numerical optimization framework)

Greetings, We're pleased to announce: OpenOpt 0.18 (release), free (license: BSD) optimization framework (written in Python language) with connections to lots of solvers (some are C- or Fortran-written) is available for download. Changes since previous release 0.17 (March 15, 2008): * connection to glpk MILP solver (requires cvxopt v >= 1.0) * connection to NLP solver IPOPT (requires python-ipopt wrapper installation, that is currently available for Linux only, see openopt NLP webpage for more details) * major changes for NLP/NSP solver ralg * splitting non-linear constraints can benefit for some solvers * unified text output for NLP solvers * handling of maximization problems (via p.goal = 'max' or 'maximum') * some bugfixes, lots of code cleanup Newsline: http://openopt.blogspot.com/ Homepage: http://scipy.org/scipy/scikits/wiki/OpenOpt
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How to convert latex-based docs written with Python 2.5 to 2.6 framework

HI! I had a look on how Doc/ is organized with Python 2.6. There are files with suffix .rst. Hmm... I'm maintaing existing docs for python-ldap which I might have to convert to the new concept in the long run. What's the recommended procedure for doing so Any pointer Ciao, Michael.
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Client side GUI-like web framework ?

Wouldn't it be handy if there was a web framework that allowed you to create pages and control the interface like you would using a client-side GUI framework such as Tkinter The framework would need a small, fast web server that would automatically fire up when you ran your application and you then control the interface just like you would with client-side GUI widgets (within the limitations of browsers of course). It would handle all the complexities of HTTP, HTML, Javascript, etc. letting you focus on adding functionality to your application. Essentially you would be using the browser as your cross-platform client-side interface. You would just interact with all the widgets like trees, grids, paned windows, checkboxes, buttons, etc. There wouldn't happen to be anything like that available, would there I've seen CherryPy but that doesn't quite seem to be what I described.
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Pythomnic 2.0,framework for building reliable highly dynamic network services

Major new features in version 2.0: * Support for distributed transactions * Network-wide service health monitoring * Dynamic service discovery at runtime * Support for module level persistency * Full support for JMS integration The what's new page: http://www.pythomnic.org/changes.html Pythomnic is a Python framework for distributed service networks. It focuses on the following main principles: * Network services are relied upon and volatile at the same time. This dilemma has to be addressed. Pythomnic supports transparent code and configuration changes that do not require service restart. * Building reliable network services is an integration task more than anything else. Pythomnic offers facilities to build distributed services spanning multiple machines. * Nothing is fail-safe, the service must be fault-tolerant to survive. Pythomnic offers the developers various fault-tolerance techniques. Project site: http://www.pythomnic.org/
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ANN: OpenOpt 0.18 (numerical optimization framework)

Greetings, We're pleased to announce: OpenOpt 0.18 (release), free (license: BSD) optimization framework (written in Python language) with connections to lots of solvers (some are C- or Fortran-written) is available for download. Changes since previous release 0.17 (March 15, 2008): * connection to glpk MILP solver (requires cvxopt v >= 1.0) * connection to NLP solver IPOPT (requires python-ipopt wrapper installation, that is currently available for Linux only, see openopt NLP webpage for more details) * major changes for NLP/NSP solver ralg * splitting non-linear constraints can benefit for some solvers * unified text output for NLP solvers * handling of maximization problems (via p.goal = 'max' or 'maximum') * some bugfixes, lots of code cleanup Newsline: http://openopt.blogspot.com/ Homepage: http://scipy.org/scipy/scikits/wiki/OpenOpt
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Python + RDBM framework?

It seems that whenever I have an application that uses a database (MySQL) I end up writing a database framework from scratch. Is there some accepted pre-existing project that has done this I see Django, but that seems to have a lot of web-framework that I don't (necessarily) need. I just want to have my objects go in and out of the database in a consistent manner without writing a ton of code. Can you just use the database part without making a full-blow web app I see Zope, but that doesn't use MySQL (as far as I can tell), which I've invested a lot of time learning to use and optimize. Also, my manager wants to be able to log into a MySQL prompt and be able to look at the data. --Buck
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Re: web development without using frameworks

On Tue, Jun 05, 2007 at 03:01:01PM -0400, Chris Stewart wrote: > I'm interested in learning web based python without the use of fancy frameworks > that are out there. I'm having a hard time coming up with resources and ...
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Cation 1.0.14 application framework

The Cation application framework (version 1.0.14) is now available and in the public domain. Get it at svn://casadeamor.com/cation/trunk Cation is a generic, lightweight application framework. Use it to build the "View" in an MVC application. This release, however, only provides ...
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ANN: Pycotine 0.4 - an OS X GUI to the PyUnit test framework

after becoming a happy bundlebuilder user I'm about to repackage a few tools and proto-tools of mine to increase their usability for a wider audience. Number one is "Pycotine" a native Mac OS X Cocoa GUI using PyObjC to ...
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Looking for a event-message-qeue framework

I am looking for a kind of framework that let's me send events between systems. What I had in mind is common event bus that can be spread over multiple systems. On each system, there should be sort of ...
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Re: Django or TurboGears or Pylons? for python web framework.

On Wed, 05 Nov 2008 08:35:23 +0200, 3000 billg wrote: > Hi Senior, Hi > There was a case for web site that will be public to Internet for me. I > like > python so I do not ...
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[newbie] My very first python web app (no framework)

This is my first Python web pseudo-app: "you give me some data, I give you func(data)". I'm on a shared host with mod_fastcgi so I installed a virtual python environment + flup (no middleware now, just wsgi server). ========= dispatch.fcgi ...
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Python web framework choice

Guys! I need to develop a medium-sized database web application for my company. Given that: I don't know much about building web UI(s) but i have fair knowledge about HTML & My schedule is tight. a recommendation is v v ...
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