[Nitro] c.f. Take a look at: WSGI: Python's Secret Web Weapon
m.fellinger at gmail.com
Sun Oct 8 05:43:57 EDT 2006
On 10/8/06, * William <william.full.moon at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello hello
> .. 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
> business. ;;-)
> Keep up the good work all of you. Give these few pages a read.
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> Subject: Introducing WSGI: Python's Secret Web Weapon, Part Two
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> 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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