[Chicago] Communicating across layers in a webapp

Randy Baxley randy7771026 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 25 16:09:16 CET 2015

Thank you Tanya though not what I am looking for, I think.  If I can ever
get anything working in Django it might be an option.

For now things are extremely simple but they will get very complicated as
the code grows.

Right now I want to pass the latitude and longitude from:




replacing lines 48 and 49.  Then my python does things and writes some
things that I will want to send back to the web side but then eventually
back to python.  CTA still uses XML so for now I am thinking I want to stay
with that format but in the future may switch to one of the more modern

I will eventually have to decide if I want to create cookies or keep a
database and issue uids and pswrds.

On Thu, Jan 22, 2015 at 8:30 AM, Tanya Schlusser <tanya at tickel.net> wrote:

> I cannot make it to Project night, but may I recommend Tablib
> <http://docs.python-tablib.org/>, another Kenneth Reitz gem, that does
> just what you asked?
> http://docs.python-tablib.org/en/latest/tutorial/
> >> I am wondering if we might be able to build a tutorial that any
> >> Grey Haired legacy programmer could understand for this process
> >> that addresses the parsing of XML, JSON, XSON and cookies when
> >> designing and implementing a project then include that in the project
> >> night resources.
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