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<title>TurboGears: Front-to-Back Web Development</title>
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<h1>TurboGears</h1>
<h2>The rapid web development megaframework you've been looking for.</h2>
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<img src="static/images/header.png" alt="TurboGears header" title=""/>
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<h1>Nov 19, 2010: TurboGears 2.1</h1>
<p>
The TurboGears team is proud to present TurboGears 2.1. 2.1 has been in development
for about one year with the first alpha released in October of 2.1. Featuring better
performance, improved mako support, support for kajiki, an updated dispatcher, Pylons
1.0 support, and improved documentation. TurboGears is committed to maintaining the
2.x branch for the long-term.
<a href="http://trac.turbogears.org/wiki/2.0/ChangeLog">changelog</a>.</p>
<h1>Mar 21, 2010: TurboGears 1.1.1</h1>
<p>The first bugfix release of the 1.1 branch is now available. Please see the
<a href="http://trac.turbogears.org/wiki/ChangeLog">changelog</a>.</p>
<h1>0ct 16, 2009: TurboGears 1.0.9 released</h1>
<p>The TurboGears 1 team is pleased to announce the release of TurboGears
1.0.9, a maintenance version for the 1.0 branch. This has almost a year's
worth of minor improvements and bug-fixes and also includes many fixes
already available in the 1.1 release.</p>
<p>While you update your old TG 1.0.x applications, why don't you take the
time to fill out our current
<a href="http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=gV9RHor_2fCklQM35r2DhumA_3d_3d"
>TurboGears user survey</a>? The survey will close on Sunday Oct, 18!</p>
<h1>Oct 4, 2009: TurboGears 1.1 final released!</h1>
<p>The TurboGears 1 team is pleased to announce the release of TurboGears
1.1 final, the first stable version of the 1.1 branch. We made a few more
important changes after the 1.1rc1 release candidate.</p>
<p>Turbogears 1.1 has been rather long in the making but this means that the
current code has been running stable in production environments for
several months now. 1.1 brings many, many small improvements and fixes
and uses most of the same defaults as TG2 while being <strong>100 percent
compatible</strong> with TG1 applications. For more information on what's
new, please see the <a href="http://trac.turbogears.org/wiki/ChangeLog"
>changelog</a>.</p>
<p>With TurboGears 1.1 out the door, the TurboGears 1 team will take
some time to evaluate, where its efforts are best spent in the future.
We are commmited to supporting the TurboGears 1 branch in the future
(to prove it, we will isue a TurboGears 1.0.x maintenance release in the
next few weeks) but we are interested to know, how <strong>you</strong>
want Turbogears to evolve!. We will conduct a survey amongst TurboGears
users and followers, which we are going to announce very soon, and we
hope that many, many of you will participate! Stay tuned...</p>
<h1>May 27, 2009: TurboGears 2.0 available.</h1>
<p>TurboGears 2 is the next stage in TurboGears development, and provides
a solid base on which the future of TurboGears will be built. The 2.0
release does not spell the end of 1.0 support, and while it's new, there
are already people using it in production. So, if you're interested in
working with the latest turbogears, check out the
<a href="http://turbogears.org/2.0/">new TG2 release</a>, or just read up
on it in the <a href="http://www.turbogears.org/2.0/docs/">new docs</a>.
TurboGears 2 is designed to get you going with sane defaults and gets out
of your way when you know what you want. We want to make easy things
easy and still leave you in charge for since you know the needs of your
application better than we do.</p>
<p>Read <a href="news.html">all news articles</a>...</p>
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<h1>Database-driven app in minutes!</h1>
<p align="center"><a
href="http://files.turbogears.org/video/20MinuteWiki2nd.mov"><img
src="static/images/20minutess.png" border="0"
style="float: right; padding: 1em"/></a></p>
<p>Create a database-driven, ready-to-extend application in minutes.
All with <a href="about/kid.html">designer friendly templates</a>, easy
<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AJAX" target="_blank">AJAX</a> on
the <a href="about/mochikit.html">browser side</a> <em>and</em> on the
<a href="about/turbogears.html">server side</a>, <a
href="about/sqlobject.html">not a single SQL query in sight</a> with code
that is <a href="about/cherrypy.html">as natural as writing a
function</a>.</p>
<p>See it for yourself in the <a
href="http://docs.turbogears.org/1.0/TGScreencasts">20 Minute
Wiki screencast</a>. Or try it for yourself with the
<a href="http://docs.turbogears.org/1.0/Install">easy installation</a> and
the <a href="http://docs.turbogears.org/1.0/Wiki20/Page1">20 Minute
Wiki tutorial</a>.</p>
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<h2 style="clear:right">Check out some introductions to the framework</h2>
<p><a href="http://www.o3magazine.com/pastissues/issue5/" target="_blank"
><img src="static/images/o3cover.jpg" style="border: none; float:right"
/></a> Check out an introduction to TurboGears from Kevin Dangoor, the
project's founder, in the <a
href="http://www.o3magazine.com/pastissues/issue5/" target="_blank">o3
Magazine</a>. o3 is available for free in PDF form. This article will
give you a good overview of the TurboGears project and what the
various parts look like.</p>
<p>There is also an introductory article in the October 2006 issue of
Linux Magazine. In the article, Mark Ramm, co-author of <i>Rapid Web
Applications With TurboGears</i>, creates a nifty sample application
from start to finish. The article is also <a
href="http://www.linux-mag.com/id/2938/">available online</a> to
subscribers.</p>
<p>Both of these articles highlight the features of TurboGears 1.0 and
are good starting points for people wanting to learn more about TG.</p>
<h2 style="clear:right">TurboGears Book Available Now!</h2>
<p><a href="http://www.amazon.com/dp/0132433885?tag=blueskyonmars-20&amp;camp=14573&amp;creative=327641&amp;linkCode=as1&amp;creativeASIN=0132433885&amp;adid=1DWQ7XTXJW12HYKFJ2Z8&amp;"
>Rapid Web Applications with TurboGears</a> by Mark Ramm, Kevin Dangoor,
Gigi Sayfan (with some help from other knowledgeable members of the
TurboGears community) is now available. The book is part of Prentice
Hall's Open Source Software Development Series and is available from
Amazon.com and many fine bookstores around the world.</p>
<h2 style="clear:right">TurboGears Under The Hood</h2>
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<p><img style="float:left; padding: 0.5em; width: 200px; height: 54px"
src="static/images/parisenvies.png"/><a
href="http://www.parisenvies.com/" target="_blank">Paris Envies</a> a social
website to share your preferred party places in Paris is TurboGears powered.
This web site also works with mobile devices so that you can always locate a
nice bar or restaurant near you even with a "simple" phone.
</p>
<p><img src="static/images/accoladeprep.png"/></p>
<p>Millions of students take the SAT test each year in the US, and
<a href="http://www.accoladeprep.com/" target="_blank">Accolade</a>
wants to help you score your best. TurboGears helps Accolade deliver the
training that students need for that winning edge.</p>
<p><img style="float:left; padding: 0.5em; width: 60px; height: 18px"
src="static/images/diggdot.png"/> The ever popular <a
href="http://diggdot.us" target="_blank">Diggdot.us</a> recently
appeared in MacWorld as a <a
href="http://www.macworld.com/2006/05/features/hotstuff4/index.php"
target="_blank">way to let your geek flag fly</a>. Previously, Diggdot
had, itself, been digged.</p>
<p><img style="float:left; padding: 0.5em"
src="static/images/irrepressible_banner_3.gif"/> <a
href="http://www.soda.co.uk">Soda</a> put TurboGears under the hood of
Amnesty International's <a href="http://irrepressible.info"
target="_blank">Irrepressible.info</a> campaign website promoting freedom
on the internet. The site was recently featured in the <a
href="http://observer.guardian.co.uk/amnesty/story/0,,1784718,00.html"
target="_blank">Observer</a> and <a
href="http://yro.slashdot.org/yro/06/05/28/136247.shtml"
target="_blank">Slashdotted</a>.</p>
<p><img src="static/images/oprius-logo.gif"
style="float: left; width: 60px; height: 50px; padding: 0.5em"/>
<a href="http://www.oprius.com/" target="_blank">Oprius Software</a>
has some great screencasts showing off their slick information manager.
See how far you can take TurboGears widgets.</p>
<p style="clear:left">And there's more! <a
href="http://mecommerce.goodstorm.com/" target="_blank">MeCommerce</a>
makes it easy to earn 50% of the profit selling from a wide array of
items on your website. <a href="http://mydrawings.com/"
target="_blank">My Drawings</a> provides a social network for people
to share their drawings. <a href="http://showmedo.com/" target="_blank"
>ShowMeDo</a> aggregates Python programming (and other) training videos on
one site.</p>
<h2>Python Powered</h2>
<p><img src="static/images/python-logo.gif" style="float:left"/>
TurboGears is based on the agile, mature, cross-platform,
well-documented, easy and fun <a href="http://python.org">Python</a>
programming language.</p>
<p>Python makes it super simple to get started with TurboGears,
whether you're running Windows, Linux, Mac OS X or even a <a
href="http://www.postneo.com/postwiki/moin.cgi/PythonForSeries60"
target="_blank">cell phone</a>. OK, so you're probably not going
to want to run a web server on your cell phone.</p>
<p>Any way you slice it, you'll be amazed how quickly you get
started!</p>
<p><a href="http://docs.turbogears.org/1.0/Install" class="moreSolution"
>Download and try TurboGears today&hellip;</a></p>
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