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The repoze.bfg Web Application Framework, Version 1.2 Book Published

A book about the 1.2 version of the repoze.bfg web framework has been published.

The repoze.bfg Web Application Framework, Version 1.2 paperback book has been published and is now available for purchase via Createspace .

This is a high-quality printing of the BFG docs along with extras such as a foreword from Paul Everitt, an author introduction, and nifty cover artwork from the guys at Electrosoup . It is slightly over 500 pages long.

If you like the Repoze project and BFG, please show your support by buying a copy.

Book abstract

repoze.bfg is a small, fast, down-to-earth, open source Python web development framework. It makes real-world web application development and deployment more fun, more predictable, and more productive.

This book will show you how to develop web applications using repoze.bfg and Python step-by-step, including:

  • Using SQLAlchemy and ZODB along with repoze.bfg.
  • Using built-in templating facilities to render HTML and XML.
  • Using repoze.bfg security functionality to protect your application.
  • Exending an existing repoze.bfg application without changing its source code.
  • Using sessions within repoze.bfg.
  • Running repoze.bfg under mod_wsgi.
  • Deploying your repoze.bfg application to Google's App Engine.

This book is written by the primary author of repoze.bfg. It has developed along with framework itself, and therefore contains the most accurate and up to date information.

About the Author

Chris McDonough is the primary author of the repoze.bfg web application framework. He is a Python developer and consultant for Agendaless Consulting, a company based in Fredericksburg, VA, USA. His other major projects include Supervisor, a Python process management system.

Created by chrism
Last modified 2010-02-03 05:38 PM

Way to go!

Congratulations, Chris!