Using python on the web

Hank Fay hank at prosysplus.com
Sat Apr 22 15:33:13 CEST 2000


Hi Ken,

An article on Python Server Pages appeared in two parts recently in DDJ.
The web site associated with the article is at
http://www.ciobriefings.com/psp/.

Chuck's announcement of WebWare in this group is just as exciting, since it
gets rid of the overhead of the servlet engine; putting together "server
pages" in Visual FoxPro on Wintel was a snap using a similar tool that only
(of course) works on WinTel.  I'm looking forward to doing the same with
Python, using WebKit as the tool.

Hank Fay

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"Ken McCracken" <aa175 at torfree.net> wrote in message
news:FtEE3B.Ar2.0.bloor at torfree.net...
> Brent Fulgham (brent.fulgham at xpsystems.com) wrote:
> : A couple of questions:
>
> :
> : > We build medium-busy, CGI-intensive sites in Python. We were briefly
> : > quite excited about Zope, but once we realized it locked us into Yet
> : > Another Programming Language, we lost interest. DHTML is particularly
>
> I'm a bit of an armchair programmer, but it would seem that JSP nad
> Jpython and a Db could be put together to end up with a zopelike result,
> without language lockin. No?
>
> Ken McCracken
> Toronto





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