Django Project, a powerful and clean Python Web Framework, is going to relase 1.2 as the next milestone at the beginning of March.
For the meanwhile, you can grab the Beta2:
As part of the Django 1.2 release process, tonight we’ve released Django 1.2 beta 1, a preview/testing package that gives a little taste of some of the new features coming in Django 1.2. As with all alpha and beta packages, this is not for production use, but if you’d like to try out some of the new goodies coming in 1.2, or if you’d like to pitch in and help us fix bugs before the final 1.2 release (due in April), feel free to grab a copy and give it a spin.
Looking at the release notes we get
- Object-level permissions
- Permissions for anonymous users
Development sprints for Django 1.2 will also be taking place at PyCon US 2010, on the dedicated sprint days (February 22 through 25).
If you can, it will worth to look at.
At Gioorgi.com we have used plenty of web frameworks.
Giovanni Giorgi used Seaside, a lot of PHP frameworks, Java Struts, RubyOnRails, and Python Django.
We have started to look for Web2Py, a compact, easy to learn python web framework.
From the most notable feature, it runs also on Google App Engine.
Written by an Italian University professor for teaching web development, spots a very clean design, and a robust security infrastructure.
We suggest it because installation (and upgrading) is a snap.
Let’s take a look to it…
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(First published on 2007-01-20)
Hi all, ObjectsRoot now has correct story ordering ontags view!
I am happy to announce I have just installed tinymce on my site.
TinyMCE is a very professional product, and has all the things I like in a text editor.
I remember, in the dark ages of the 2002, ajax was not yet born.
I was complex to configure, and a nitghtmare to use.
So I am happy to have a very easy-to-edit blog now, and I will be able to write more and more throughts in a scattered way.
Keep in touch, babies!
I am happy to announce Version 1.0 of BWolf my book manager writte in python django. I have just installed it for my first customer. You can grab the 1.0 version from the Subversion repository.
This first release basic features are:
- Book categories and topic organization. Books are shown in nice page of 10 elements each.
- Ability to "checkout" books (not yet perfect but it works)
- Ability to create "Events" and to attach books to them (interface will be improved soon).