TurboGears 0.8a1 is available now!
What's New ==========
This is a brief summary. The complete information about what's new can be found here: http://www.turbogears.org/about/changelog.html
* API improvements based on feedback and patches from the first public release. Seven people contributed patches to TurboGears directly, and there's been quite a bit going on in the other projects. * Easier production of XML output from controller methods * Static file directories are set up in new quickstarted projects * Updates to all of the main included projects * IPython is used as the shell, if IPython is available * Bonjour support on the Mac * New getting started guide, and command line tool and configuration references and a new site template by Sebastian Jansson. * Several bug fixes
The TurboGears project is focused on providing documentation and integration with these tools without losing touch with the communities that already exist around those tools.
TurboGears is easy to use for a wide range of web applications.
To get a quick idea of what TurboGears is like, take a look at the 20 Minute Wiki tutorial and screencast. The total screencast with brief intro and conclusion did take a little over 23 minutes, but it's close to 20 minutes :)
20 Minute Wiki: http://www.turbogears.org/docs/wiki20/index.html
TurboGears site: http://www.turbogears.org/
A big thanks to Remi Delon, Ian Bicking, Bob Ippolito, Ryan Tomayko, Phillip Eby and the many other contributors who have provided all of these great tools. Thanks also to the TurboGears contributors!
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