Jim Fulton wrote:
On Oct 31, 2006, at 1:54 PM, Martijn Faassen wrote:
Jim Fulton wrote:
Benji York wrote:
Titus Brown is putting together a web framework panel for the next PyCon: http://us.pycon.org/TX2007/WebFrameworksPanel.
I just stuck my name on this. :)
If someone else wants badly to do this, I'm willing to yield.
In any case, I'd like to represent some other people's opinions.

I'm happy to see you do this. I can't make it to that PyCon, unfortunately.

As to representing other people's opinion:

Talk about Grok.

I mention it.  I even mention it positively.

Great :)

Better yet, show Grok code.

I can't.  I don't Grok Grok

I tried to explain grok a little on the wiki page. I also adapted the example app (Hello World) to grok. It admittedly doesn't look that much different, except that it requires much less configuration (because like most browser pages, it follows a common default, it's public, has the same name as the class, etc.)

I don't know if it helps at such short notice, but I recently prepared a little screencast demonstrating a small grok application: http://www.archive.org/details/grok_todo_part1. This is a 15 minute watch, so perhaps something for the plane ;).


I also added a note about AJAX. While I'm not an AJAX expert myself, I do like what some Plone folks have come up with. They call it KSS and it works indepedently from Plone on both Zope 2 and Zope 3. It allows you to write AJAX using server-side Python and client-side CSS-like stylesheets. That's probably why I as an AJAX-non-expert like it :).

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