On Apr 16, 5:14 pm, Kyran Dale <kyran.d...@gmail.com
> Hi Patrick,
> I'm hearing and reading lots of good things about web2py, particularly
> the browser-based IDE (now that would have been a cool thing to have a
> few years ago). It's relatively new on a scene where even the most
> seasoned frameworks, Django pre-eminent, have less video-tutorials
> than they deserve.
> I'm about to put the finishing touches to a showmedo relaunch (well
> refacement),. after which I'll be trying to use the site's leverage to
> get some screencasts made. Web2py is on that list.
> On 16 April 2010 17:35, Patrick <arcaneli...@gmail.com
> > I've started on the path to learning web development and have chosen
> > the wonderfully functional web2py framework. Web2py is a great
> > framework for new users but still powerful enough for seasoned
> > developers. I know that many people feel Django is the python web
> > framework standard however it is very difficult for new users to learn
> > and setup.
> > Web2py you can run out of the box using SQLite as a database back end.
> > So compared to other frameworks web2py could/should be a great
> > starting point for those wanting to get into web development with
> > python.
> > I can assure you once you see how simple it is to use and develop with
> > that you may switch to web2py. With that said I'm new to web2py and
> > was hoping the showmedo crew could hook me up with some new material
> > for web2py. They have a few vids on vimeo but I'm looking for more
> > detailed examples. (I've been reading *everything* but sometimes it
> > helps to "hear" it out loud from someone with more experience.)
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