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Lighting talk: a quick technical presentation on how to use jquery.pyproxy to add lightweight AJAX in Python.

Lighting talk: a quick technical presentation on how to use jquery.pyproxy to add lightweight AJAX in Python.

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    Jquery Pyproxy -  Vincent Pretre Jquery Pyproxy - Vincent Pretre Presentation Transcript

    • Prettig Personeel jQuery.pyproxy Vincent Pretre - Zest software 14-09-10 - Plone user day - Rotterdam
    • Prettig Personeel Products.plonehrm collective.sendaspdf collective.pdftransform jquery.pyproxy
    • jQuery.pyproxy replace KSS to handle Ajax modify the DOM with Python
    • jQuery.pyproxy easy to use on both client and server side keep jQuery syntax as extensible as jQuery
    • jQuery plugin pyproxy: binds a call to an event pyproxy_call: executes an Ajax call and processes the result.
    • Python module @jquery: defines a view as callable by jquery.pyproxy JQueryProxy: object used to modify the DOM extend_grammar: defines plugins syntax
    • To infinity and beyond Limitations: chained call save the query function as parameters Used on production for months Plone & Django versions. Can be extended to other frameworks