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CherryPy — A Minimalist Python Web Framework

CherryPy — A Minimalist Python Web Framework

pystachio - Python-to-JavaScript translator in JavaScript Pystachio is an early-stage Python-to-JavaScript translator (written in JavaScript) aimed at providing Python scripting in any modern browser. Example page using Pystachio (Live demo): Benefits Let's you code in Python instead of (or along with) JavaScript in the Web browser Could potentially be used as an offline Python-to-JavaScript translator by running it from the command-line Notes! So far Pystachio only implements a tokenizer for Python.

Bottle: Python Web Framework — Bottle v0.10.dev documentation connect Founders will come to Silicon Valley for the two weeks, where they will have the opportunity to live and collaborate with like-minded entrepreneurs from all around the world and take part in an intense agenda of meetings and workshops with entrepreneurs, investors, experts and executives. Accepted startups must have launched a technology based MVP and gathered feedback from early adopter/customers. Ideally - but not required - a startup should have raised some investment capital, have a team between 3 to 20 people and have a product or service that can be launched globally. Read what the Graduates have to say about Blackbox Connect Program Curriculum Highlights Interfacing with an Investor Top Ten Mistakes Made in Business Plans Short Building Elevator Pitching Preparation and Workshop Perfecting Your Investor Pitch How to Hold an Investor Meeting Recruiting and Leveraging an Advisory Board Basics of Venture Capital Born-Global Startups Quality Networking Events

Skulpt Pylatte Official Webpage Hub Bay Area The Institute of Fundraising (IOF) aims to be “an influential voice for fundraisers and to be an expert policy lead on fundraising and wider giving”, its website tells us, adding: “Our policy team works to deliver a strong representative voice on behalf of our members that influences and effects change for the fundraising profession wherever it is needed.” I am not a member, so mine is a suitably modest proposal for a policy change that the IOF might advocate: that charities stop exploiting young people by refusing to pay their interns. That scandal will continue as long as funders expect charities to bridge their capacity gaps with eager young graduates whose parents or connections enable them to work for nothing. In short, it will continue as long as the third sector convinces itself that its core principle of voluntarism can be fairly applied to what are in reality jobs. By Brendan Martin at Publicworld.org

A minimal Python WebSocket server « Popdevelop – A developer team from Malmö, Sweden The future of illusively responsive web apps is here. Actually since December 2009 when Google released their 4.0.249.0 version of Chrome, WebSockets have been available to play around with. Connecting and communicating with a server from a regular web page is now as easy as: var ws = new WebSocket(" ws.onopen = function() { ws.send("Hello Mr. This opens a bi-directional connection to a server, allowing messages to be sent between a client (i.e. the web page) and a WebSocket server (this example) without the overhead introduced by opening a new connection for every single call. The result of this is blazingly fast communication between a server and one or many connected clients. There are already some projects out there that attempts to provide a server solution. To get this working we need some background details to get the implementation right. Our server shall then consume this text, validate it, and answer by sending the following back to the client:

Welcome | Flask (A Python Microframework) TechNews Quickstart — Flask 0.9-dev documentation Eager to get started? This page gives a good introduction to Flask. It assumes you already have Flask installed. If you do not, head over to the Installation section. A Minimal Application A minimal Flask application looks something like this: from flask import Flaskapp = Flask(__name__) @app.route('/')def hello_world(): return 'Hello World!' Just save it as hello.py (or something similar) and run it with your Python interpreter. $ python hello.py * Running on Now head over to and you should see your hello world greeting. So what did that code do? First we imported the Flask class. To stop the server, hit control-C. Externally Visible Server If you run the server you will notice that the server is only accessible from your own computer, not from any other in the network. If you have debug disabled or trust the users on your network, you can make the server publicly available simply by changing the call of the run() method to look like this: Routing

Free Copyright Protection Online | Myows® Bottle: Python Web Framework — Bottle 0.11.dev documentation Bottle is a fast, simple and lightweight WSGI micro web-framework for Python. It is distributed as a single file module and has no dependencies other than the Python Standard Library. Routing: Requests to function-call mapping with support for clean and dynamic URLs.Templates: Fast and pythonic built-in template engine and support for mako, jinja2 and cheetah templates.Utilities: Convenient access to form data, file uploads, cookies, headers and other HTTP-related metadata.Server: Built-in HTTP development server and support for paste, fapws3, bjoern, Google App Engine, cherrypy or any other WSGI capable HTTP server. Example: “Hello World” in a bottle from bottle import route, run, template @route('/hello/<name>')def index(name): return template('<b>Hello {{name}}</b>!' Run this script or paste it into a Python console, then point your browser to Download and Install User’s Guide Knowledge Base A collection of articles, guides and HOWTOs. License Footnotes

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