bunker time: web frameworks (II)
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18 enero

bunker time: web frameworks (II)

or how to finish the job...

Almost one week ago I met r0sk once again at home, just to finish what we began in the first web frameworks bunker some weeks ago.

r0sk have posted already about it, just the day after the bunker itself. It took me a whole week to find some time to write about it, because those last 7 days were a completely madness.

In this second bunker of the year we followed the web framework discussion and demostration from the point where we left it in the first one.

update: I've added some pics, so you can notice the atmosphere inside a bunker ;D

r0sk showed me an advanced version of the cakephp based bookmark manager, explaining the more important things about it, and how some things should be done to get it working properly.

r0sk showing CakePHP power

After that brief explanation, we focused ourselves in the django version of it, because I didn't have the time to add all the functions r0sk added to the cakephp one, and that was perfect for adding them now and show r0sk how it is done in django.

I showed r0sk how to manage web forms using both newforms and modelforms, how to customize them, how to add custom .save() methods and how to play with add/modify views.

Wu and django and django and Wu

After a while, we got to a very nice bookmark manager implementation, which you can see now here:


It is still a -beta version (a lot of work should be done before it reaches production state), but it was worth of it if we have learned some from it.

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