[Chicago] Making Website for a Python Class
MDiPierro at cs.depaul.edu
Tue Sep 24 04:38:27 CEST 2013
One more option.
If you install (*) web2py, use the web interface to clone the "welcome" scaffolding app, and change this code (in controllers/default.py):
You get a Wiki with login/registration/access control/file manager/etc.
In the wiki page you can use the markmin syntax.
You can put the code between ``...`` and it will be rendered as code. It actually supports Syntax highlighting too but you need to enable it. You can also embed controls in the wiki pages (for example forms, tables, video player, etc).
Feel free to ask to web2py mailing list if this is something that may interest you.
You can read more here: http://www.web2py.com/books/default/chapter/29/03/overview#The-built-in-web2py-wiki
(*) Actually you do not need to install web2py. You can get a free account on PythonAnywhere.com<http://PythonAnywhere.com/> and they have web2py as an option pre-installed in your account.
From: Chicago [chicago-bounces+mdipierro=cs.depaul.edu at python.org] on behalf of Steve Schwarz [steve at agilitynerd.com]
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2013 9:21 PM
To: The Chicago Python Users Group
Subject: Re: [Chicago] Making Website for a Python Class
I like Pelican too. Since it is a static site generator the generated files can be hosted on the most basic/free web hosting service and then performance is very fast.
Integration with GitHub pages is really easy:
There are a lot of themes available if you want to change the look at feel.
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On Mon, Sep 23, 2013 at 5:05 PM, Steven McGrath <steve at cugnet.net<mailto:steve at cugnet.net>> wrote:
I personally use Pelican for all of my site needs. Typically I code a JS front-end to an API if I need something more dynamic. Some examples:
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