A couple of new open source Ecommerce products out and about that will hopefully see the end of the monstrosity called OSCommerce and it’s less ugly incarnations – Whilst they have served me well in the past and I may feel tempted to use Virtuemart for a customer who: a) Will never ever need any […]
Yesterday, I was searching around for a Critique of Neale Donald Walsch after watching the DVD “Conversations with God” – I have already read all three books of his Conversations with God series and whilst it didn’t present to me any new and revealing ideas about life, god and living in general, it did act […]
Generic Serialization using JSON – here ’tis Django + Ajax Presentation (pdf) – page 35 onwards – here ’tis Thread on ExtJS forum specifically Django + JSON + ExtJS – here ’tis Aah, also five part ipython series on showmedo.com Technorati Tags: django, extjs, json, ajax Powered by ScribeFire.
Visual WebGui looks very interesting from a perspective that it allows you to develop a winforms application as you normally would and deploy it as a webapp (also). As per some previous posts, I like to be able to jump seamlessly between platforms. I don’t want to be tied down to anything if I can […]
**Edit: I did blatanly miss something, which was pointed out to me on django irc#, which is that you can’t call binary data into a template. You create a view and then call the view from your template. I will leave the below for prosterity and in case it trips someone else up. It was […]
Not much time to write but all I can say about Django is: I came for the models, I stayed for the templates While it’s not all been smooth sailing for me mostly due to my lack of python experience, the guys on IRC especially “Magus” have been tremendous. Is he paid to help people??? […]
Have been busy working on a project in Django, so haven’t able to write as much as I like but: Siddhi has some nice Django screencasts over at Showmedo.com I was also reading the Trac / Babel website which ended up hooking me up to a great article from a guy who was thinking about […]