ok, it's now on the wiki. feel free to ask any questions. improvements=20
that's the first time i've used a wiki, so be gentle.
Eduardo Elgueta wrote:
> I think you should post this in the Wiki (http://wiki.w4py.org/). You=20
> need to subscribe first, in Goto | Login.
> Once you do that, Me and everyone else can check it out.
> John Dickinson wrote:
>> I written one that I use in our main web application. In my opinion,=20
>> to be written once and everything else is handled in pure python in a=20
>> webware-ish way.
>> The code is not hosted anywhere right now, but I'd be more than happy=20
>> to post it here as a couple of attachments (combined size is just=20
>> over 7000 bytes).
>> Eduardo Elgueta wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> Does anybody knows about a good AJAX framework suited to Python?
>>> I found about OpenRico (http://wiki.w4py.org/ajaxservlet.html) but I=20
>>> have no references about it. Is it good? Is it feature/component=20
>>> rich? Has anybody used it?
>>> Thank you all.
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