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Adrian Klaver

Dabo is a Python based desktop application framework. The talk will demonstrate creating a simple application using the three tiers (database, business objects, ui) of the framework. I create my applications by hand coding. There is a GUI interface available and it will be introduced.

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Developing a database application with Dabo Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Dabo
      • Building an Application with Dabo
      • Adrian Klaver
  • 2. Dabo
    • Web site
      • http://dabodev.com/
    • Docs
      • http://paul.dabodev.com/doc/api/dabodoc/
    • Tutorial
      • http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dg79jzmg_3x78zkp
  • 3. Dabo
    • Prerequistes
      • "Prerequisites are: Python 2.4 or higher (2.5 recommended),wxPython 2.8 or higher. Also, MySQLdb (for MySQL), kinterbasdb (Firebird), pysqlite (SQLite), pymssql (Microsoft SQL Server) or psycopg (PostgreSQL) is required for the database-releated demos to work. Also, if you're using Python 2.4, you'll need pysqlite and SQLite no matter what backend database you choose, as it is used internally by Dabo (it's included in Python 2.5 or later)."
  • 4. Dabo
    • Web Update
    • Local install
      • dabo.pth
    • Hand code vs ClassDesigner
  • 5. Dabo
    • Notes
      • dabo.ui.loadUI(“wx”)
      • Panels
      • Sizers
      • Bizobjs
        • SetLimit
      • RegID
      • OnEvent
      • Virtual field
      • DataSet
        • SQLite