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You are here: Home Dive Into HTML5 Diving In What is an offline web application? At first glance, it sounds like a contradiction in terms. Web pages are things you download and render. Downloading implies a network connection.
What if we want to say “Hello” a lot without getting our fingers all tired? We need to define a method! irb(main):010:0> def hirb(main):011:1> puts "Hello World!"irb(main):012:1> end=> nil The code def h starts the definition of the method. It tells Ruby that we’re defining a method, that its name is h. Ruby in Twenty Minutes
A former student asked me a few days ago how I learned Ruby on Rails. The answer was that I simply read alot of great tutorials. So in the spirit of sharing, here are the 12 tutorials that I found most useful: Rolling with Ruby on Rails – Curtis Hibbs of ONLamp.com offers his first excellent introduction to Ruby on Rails. This is the article that got me really excited about RoR.2.
- GeoDjango with PostGIS quick start guide How to create a new Django project? To start a project with Django, it is necessary to start the BitNami Console. Django - BitNami documentation
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Ever needed to install Django in a Microsoft Windows environment, here is a quick start guide to make that happen: Read through the official Django installation documentation, it might just save you a world of hut down the road.Download Python for your version of Windows.Install Python, my preference here is to put it into the Program Files folder under a folder named Python<Version>Add your chosen Python installation path into your Windows path environment variable. This is an optional step, however it allows you to just type python in the command line and have it fire up the Python interpreter. Installing Django On Windows | #if debug
Python game programming tutorial. I wrote these lectures with Geoff Howland for a game programming website. They are an introduction to using python for game programming. LectureOne .
Welcome to the online version of The Django Book, a free book about the Django Web framework for the Python programming language. A warning about this edition The community edition of The Django Book is in transition. While the book mentions Django version 1.4 in places, the vast majority of the book is for Django version 1.0, which was released over four years ago.
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