PyHtmlGUI Project is looking for developers

John J. Lee jjl at pobox.com
Wed Dec 28 21:56:37 CET 2005


phoenixathell at gmx.de writes:

> the PyHtmlGUI Project (http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/pyhtmlgui)
> is looking for developers that want to join.
> 
> The aim of the project is to create a web application framework. The
> API of PyHtmlGUI wants to be close to Trolltechs famous Qt API but
> incooperates the idea of a text based renderengine instead of the pixel
> based one. The obviouse target is html/css but through xml rendering
> process nearly every textual output could be generated.
> 
> So far we finished a proof-of-concept prototype that is available via
> CVS from sourceforge. Now we would like to extend this prototype to a
[...]

This is great news.

I hope you manage to keep it pragmatic enough that people can always
be confident of getting their work done, but without losing the
benefits of abstraction.

I wonder how you're dealing with client-side code (ie. JavaScript)?
Have you looked at crackajax or PyPy?


John




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