I haven't read much documentation about the architecture of Webware
programs, and haven't bothered much. Once you understand the servlet,
and it's pretty simple, you don't have to bother with the rest of
webware hardly. And the important "architectural" feature of Webware
compared to PHP is that it has "session" objects where you can store
data between requests that are preserved per client. Beyond that, you
are free to make any sort of application.
I would also like mention MiddleKit which I think is a truly inspired
solution to storing your data in SQL databases. I don't think the
PostgreSQL support is well tested, but the MySQL definitely is, and it
sounds like the MSSQL is also.
On 19-Jan-2005, at 3:47 AM, jacob martinson wrote:
> I'm also looking at using mod_python + mpservlets for a more
> "lightweight" approach... lightweight at least from my perspective of
> how much additional framework I would need to learn.
> Any information or direction is greatly appreciated!!!
> On Tue, 18 Jan 2005 20:28:39 -0600, jacob martinson
> <martinson.jacob@...> wrote:
>> I just installed webware and am about to start a web application
>> project. I've done some basic PHP web programming in the past, and
>> have done a number of small OO console programs in python.
>> I found a wiki topic about "Model2+1". Is this the best place to
>> start for learning how to properly design a web application?
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