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Using pyGal Graphs in Flask

April 16, 2015 by Mike
I recently took on a project where I needed to graph some data on a webpage using data I had queried from a database. Since I love Python, I decided to use it to accomplish this task. I went with Flask for serving the webpage and pygal for creating the graphs. In this tutorial, I […]

Real Python for Web Development Book on Kickstarter

February 19, 2013 by Mike
Last week I was contacted about a cool sounding book project on Kickstarter: Real Python for Web Development, featuring web2py by Michael Herman. I have to admit that I'm not familiar with Mr. Herman or the person who originally contacted me about the book, but since I enjoy reading Python books and this one sounded […]

TurboGears 2: Setting up on Windows

August 14, 2011 by Mike
TurboGears is one of several web frameworks for Python that are available. The most popular by far is Django. Where I work, we chose TurboGears because of its integration with SQLAlchemy which supports composite keys. At that time, Django did not support that feature and I am not sure if it does yet. Anyway, I […]

Pyowa - July 2010 Wrapup

July 3, 2010 by Mike
On Thursday, July 1st, we had our July Pyowa meeting. It was hosted by Matt Morrison at the IMT Group's building in Des Moines, IA. We had our largest attendance ever with a total of 15 men showing up. Tavern Pizza and pop were served, which was also a first...we've had pop before, just not […]

Using Multiple Databases in TurboGears 2

June 13, 2009 by Mike
Last week, I embarked on an adventure into the world of web application programming. Since my work place uses Python as much as possible and my boss likes TurboGears, I chose it for this endeavor. I have worked through various TurboGears tutorials and thought it looked pretty cool. However, it doesn't take long to discover […]

Book Review: Django 1.0 Web Site Development

June 7, 2009 by Mike
I received Ayman Hourieh’s Django 1.0 Web Site Development from Packt Publishers a few weeks ago for review. I had worked with Django before when I went through another book on Python web frameworks as well as one of their official tutorials. I had my doubts about this book because it was only 257 pages […]
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