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Python on Google App Engine: Creating blog engine
I am going to write series of articles describing process of creating a blog engine for Google App Engine. I suppose that you have some experience with Python and web frameworks around it. I will try to cover non-trivial things that you will meet on GAE (emulating joins on Datastore, using blobstore, queues, map reduce etc), but I will also describe some basic things that are specific to GAE.
Leveraging industrial-strength Python testing
This article asks what the Python frameworks do when they introspect a test module to discover what tests live inside of it. It also looks at details like how common test setup and teardown is supported, or not supported, by Zope, py.test and nose. Learn how these testing frameworks will support your Python development.
More powerful Python testing techniques
Look at how the leading Python testing frameworks provide robust auto-discovery of your application tests. Make sure your applications are written right the first time, and that they stay working through months and years of further tweaks and improvements.
Industrial-strength Python testing frameworks
The recent emergence of industrial-strength Python testing frameworks means that Python tests are being written more succinctly, more uniformly, and with better reporting of results than ever before. Adopting one of the new generation of Python testing frameworks will provide concise idioms and uniform testing techniques that, in the past, every Python project had to supply for itself.
Scaling Django web apps on Apache
Django is a lightweight framework with vibrant community surrounding it. Create a simple Django application and learn how to deploy it to the Web on a server running Apache and mod_python. Finally, learn how Django applications can and should be scaled as your application's requirements grow.
Build Powerful Plone Websites with new book from Packt
This tutorial will teach users how to structure and organize content so that their site is poised to grow. Just like building a house, users need to have a strong foundation and framework to support a site that is built to last, without needing any major rebuilding in the future. Proper planning from the beginning will go a long way toward having a site that is easy to maintain. Users will learn how to organize content; create folders; organize folders based on topics and groups; create collections; move files from one folder to another; copy folders; create page navigation and also to move the order in which pages are displayed in the navigation. This tutorial gets a bit deeper into Plone's end user architecture. By the end of this tutorial, users should have the confidence to start adding content to their site in an organized and effective manner.