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Sat Oct 1 23:28:49 CEST 2005
If you're experimenting with frameworks, try out django. I've only
completed a few parts of the tutorial. However, what amazes me is how
much I got for so little code. It's slick.
On 9/30/05, Markus Wankus <markus_REMOVEwankusALL_CAPS at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Gerhard Häring wrote:
> > Markus Wankus wrote:
> >> [...] Thanks for the reply - maybe I'll give it another shot. I'm
> >> currently demoing Snakelets. Quite a turn in the opposite direction,
> >> but small and super-easy to get going with. [...]
> > I also found Snakelets a pleasure to use and chose it for implementing a
> > clan homepage in early 2005.
> > I'm still very interested in the Python/Web/RDBMS field and tried to
> > follow the developments since then. I didn't actually build anything
> > real, only played a little bit with CherryPy and the megaframeworks
> > built upon, Subway and TurboGears.
> > If I had to choose again, I'd use TurboGears, despite the fact that it's
> > very young and still developing.
> > -- Gerhard
> Good to know. I have watched the screencast for Turbogears but haven't
> tried it yet. There seemed to be a lot of "magic" methods going on
> there, and you could tell the guy doing the screencast had done that
> more than once. ;o) I guess once you run through the manual it would
> all make sense.
> I figure I'll give Snakelets a good go first. Is your Snakelets-based
> page up and accessible somewhere?
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