Pyramid Auth Is Hard, Let's Ride Bikes

Pyramid Auth Is Hard, Let's Ride Bikes

Chris McDonough Pyramid web framework authentication and authorization subsystems are powerful and pluggable, but using them to their max isn't always easy. This talk will discuss how to get the most out of those subsystems.

Developing Web Apps Using the Python Pyramid Framework

Developing Web Apps Using the Python Pyramid Framework

Join Google's Roy Hyunjin Han as he takes you through the basics of installing and using Pyramid to build a web application. Roy will briefly review views, templates, databases, scripts, debuggers, permissions, websockets, and more in this presentation to the San Francisco Python User Group on April 10th, 2013, at Yelp's headquarters in downtown S.F. * Follow along with Roy's slides here: http://www.rvl.io/invisibleroads/pyramid ** For more Python resources, videos, and training courses, head to http://marakana.com/s/tags/python

Pyramid: Lighter, faster, better web apps - Mr. Dylan Jay

Pyramid: Lighter, faster, better web apps - Mr. Dylan Jay

Introduction to the Pyramid, the new web framework taking the python world by storm. This tutorial will cover the basics of a hello world app and cover some of the advanced features of pyramid that give it it's power such as traversal. Pyramid is part of the pylons project and is a successor to pylons and a continuation of the BFG framework. It's very simple to learn, runs fast yet has powerful concepts which help keep large web app creation a sane process..

Tim Knapp: How to build a $0 SaaS app with Pyramid & GAE

Tim Knapp: How to build a $0 SaaS app with Pyramid & GAE

= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = Tim Knapp: How to build a $0 SaaS app with Pyramid & GAE = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = @ Kiwi PyCon 2013 - Sunday, 08 Sep 2013 - Track 2 http://nz.pycon.org/ **Audience level** Intermediate **Description** Why the Pyramid web framework and Google App Engine was a perfect fit for a $0 SaaS app for a not-for-profit. Some features of Pyramid will be covered as well as how we run it on Google App Engine, all in the context of the SaaS app that we developed. **Abstract** Given the number of small businesses and not-for-profit organisations in New Zealand, this talk is about sharing how I've used free software, i.e. the Pyramid web framework [1], on top of a free hosting service, Google App Engine. Pyramid is a 'non-opinionated' web framework and therefore enables you to pick-and-choose what packages you'd like to use in your software stack, making it very flexible and easy to develop your custom application with. I'll go through some of the features of Pyramid that we're using in our app with code examples. I'll also briefly cover some of the other free web services we're using in our app and how these all fit together with the Pyramid-based app. [1] http://www.pylonsproject.org/projects/pyramid/about **Slides** https://speakerdeck.com/nzpug/tim-knapp-how-to-build-a-0-dollars-saas-app-with-pyramid-and-gae

Keynote: The myth of goldilocks and the three frameworks, Pyramid, Django and Plone by Dylan Jay

Keynote: The myth of goldilocks and the three frameworks, Pyramid, Django and Plone by Dylan Jay

PyCon Australia is the national conference for users of the Python Programming Language. In July 2013, we're returning to Hobart, bringing together students, enthusiasts, and professionals with a love of Python from around Australia, and from all over the World. July 5--7 2013, Hobart, Tasmania

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