[Baypiggies] Idea for talk: Pyjamas/Extended thread

Glen Jarvis glen at glenjarvis.com
Wed Aug 11 20:01:40 CEST 2010

For that matter, I would be interested in any/all of these as a quick talk.
This way I can decide if I want to learn more about them.

This lifted from Moshir Mikael's posting nin Linked-In Open Source Group

To take the most of value out of this discussion, I'm listing some
interesting Python projects that tend to bring front end to Python (or
Python to frontend):
1) Luban ( http://docs.danse.us/pyre/luban/sphinx/<http://www.linkedin.com/e/6w4gmw-gcqh3yf7-44/plh/http%3A%2F%2Fdocs%2Edanse%2Eus%2Fpyre%2Fluban%2Fsphinx%2F/0ZVL/>
 ) sophisticated and young UI framework, willing to unify UI programming,
still have to demonstrate that it plays well with web frameworks
2) pyjamas ( http://pyjs.org/<http://www.linkedin.com/e/6w4gmw-gcqh3yf7-44/plh/http%3A%2F%2Fpyjs%2Eorg%2F/Z8xC/>
 ) : a port of gwt, very smart, with will to unify ui programming like
Luban, but not too supported like this discussion shows ;) , pyjamas may be
hard to extend for newbies
3) pyvascript (
 ) : a python inspired langage for the browser, playing well with other
javascript framework (especially jquery)
4) toscawidgets (
 ) : a patchwork of various, rather incomplete javascript frameworks
wrappers, built on top of turbogears -- latest news 2008
5) mochikit :( http://mochikit.com/<http://www.linkedin.com/e/6w4gmw-gcqh3yf7-44/plh/http%3A%2F%2Fmochikit%2Ecom%2F/Ps-i/>
 ) : a javascript framework inspired from python
6) coffeescript (
 ) : funny initiative to make javascript look like Python, early
development, supposed to play well with other js libs
7) skupt ( http://www.skulpt.org/<http://www.linkedin.com/e/6w4gmw-gcqh3yf7-44/plh/http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Eskulpt%2Eorg%2F/vWYW/>
 ) : radical approach of python right in the browser, very beta
8) ironpython (
 ) : only for .net, Python in the browser with silverlight, early stage but
9) diesel framework (
 ) suppose to provide a UI package, but no clue about it



On Wed, Aug 11, 2010 at 10:14 AM, Glen Jarvis <glen at glenjarvis.com> wrote:

> Does anyone have any Pyjamas skills? It's a python to javascript compiler
> apparently.
> If you do, would you want to talk about it sometime? If so talk to Jim. If
> you don't know Pyjamas, do you know someone who does?
> I'd like to see a talk on it, personally... and know zip outside what I
> said in this email..
> Cheers,
> Glen
> --
> Whatever you can do or imagine, begin it;
> boldness has beauty, magic, and power in it.
> -- Goethe

Whatever you can do or imagine, begin it;
boldness has beauty, magic, and power in it.

-- Goethe
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