examples for HTMLgen
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Fri Mar 31 16:35:18 CEST 2000
> I know there is Zope, but that's too much. So what about picking the files
> into a directory like list, then sort that list in different ways and
> display it with HTMLGen???
Hmm. I sense .... Confusion.
I think ZOPE is the niftiest thing since sliced bread. IN the off chance
that you haven't actually played with it, I'll just urge you to give it half
Especially on Win32 using it's own built-in web-server it's extremely easy
to install. Even on my RH 6.1 Linux Box where it involved installing a few
RPMS and tweaking Apache's configuration to get it working through PCGI, it
took me less than half an hour to get it going.
After that, learning some basic DTML stuff took a few hours. It was worth
it. It was just like discovering Python all over, except now I have two
tools, Python for normal client side development, and Zope for generating
HTML, which uses Python objects in the background to gather and format the
data, and the DTML layer is just a thin presentation layer with ability to
handle HTML forms for gathering input from users, and so on. If you haven't
tried it already, please do, it's so cool it's addictive.
Sorry, don't know any HTMLgen example links.
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