[Nitro] c.f. Take a look at: WSGI: Python's Secret Web Weapon
william.full.moon at gmail.com
Sat Oct 7 23:11:22 EDT 2006
.. I haven't been about for a bit I have been reading -- things are evolving
rapidly in the Nitro world I see. I'm getting a new business going at the
moment. I plan to get back on the Nitro track as things stabilize. Call me
when any of you need a success coach or a business coach.
I thought I'd send this out to Nitro because I've seen the plethora of
frameworks in the Python world and ... This kind of gateway structure for
Ruby would be lovely.
In saying this, there's no reason for a tool like Nitro to not make an
effort to be flexible and catholic about the web framework and scaffolding
Keep up the good work all of you. Give these few pages a read.
From: XML.com Newsletter [mailto:elists-admin at oreillynet.com]
Sent: Saturday, 7 October 2006 10:01
To: william.full.moon at gmail.com
Subject: Introducing WSGI: Python's Secret Web Weapon, Part Two
The Email for XML.com Subscribers
Welcome to another issue of XML.com.
Last week, James Gardner introduced us to WSGI, which is the secret Python
web weapon that's making a huge difference in the way the Python web
framework ecosphere is developing. This week James concludes his look at
WSGI and shows us how to build a
Introducing WSGI: Python's Secret Web Weapon, Part One: Getting Started
Introducing WSGI: Python's Secret Web Weapon, Part Two
Kurt Cagle, Live From AJAX World
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