Frameworks for "Non-Content Oriented Web Apps"

Stephen Thorne stephen.thorne at gmail.com
Sun Jan 2 08:08:32 CET 2005


On 1 Jan 2005 20:51:06 -0800, mirnazim at gmail.com <mirnazim at gmail.com> wrote:
> But is there some sort of framework or something that is actually meant
> for such web apps,application that make heavy use of forms, have very
> high amount of user interaction etc.
> <etc>

Yeah, nevow, by those crazy twisted people, is great. The underlying
concept is 'object publishing', and has some very funky technology for
live-updating of a client-side web page via javascript (ala gmail).

Object publishing is along the lines of, instead of having a 'form',
you have an object which represents data. It knows how to handle form
submissions, validate data, etc. And you 'publish' that object. The
user can then interact with that object.

Anyway, I haven't mucked around with nevow for months, you're better
off checking out nevow.com and divmod.org yourself.

Stephen.



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