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Adapters
This section tries to be a short introduction to adapters as they are used in Zope component architecture; thus Grok, and as an example, we will use the ``NameChooser`` mentioned in the previous section, and implement our own version of it.
Naming Content
In the `Adding Objects`_, we made a form that creates new polls and adds them to a container. But we overlooked a problem in the way that Grok object traversal works.
Interfaces
In the previous section, we defined a schema for the ``Poll`` class manually, which is not a good solution, as we might need multiple forms for them, and thus will need to repeat a lot of code.
Introduction
The core audience of this tutorial is programmers that already are already familiar with Python and Web development, but might not know anything about Zope.
The First View
We will now implement the first view of the poller application; which will list all the polls for the users, and provide a link to add new polls.
Poller Idea
The poller application, that we will implement in this tutorial, is a simple Web application, which let's the users create polls with multiple voting options.
REST support in Grok
Implementing your own REST web services.
Configuring a Grok site under mod_wsgi
Grok can be installed with setup tools and a Grok site can be easily created using the included grokproject tool.
Installing and configuring mod_wsgi
mod_wsgi is installed the same way as any Apache module
Why use Apache and mod_wsgi for Grok?
There are many WSGI servers available. Why is mod_wsgi a good option?
Installing and setting up Grok under mod_wsgi
Grok can run behind any WSGI server. This tutorial will show how to install Grok behind the Apache web server and mod_wsgi on a brand new Linux virtual server.
Musical Performance Organizer - Part 1
The first in a series of tutorials that will build a reasonably complex application, starting from a simple prototype and evolving it into a finished application. The tutorial will touch on many practical aspects of building the application and demonstrate how to combine the various components that are available in Grok into a finished product.
Placing your Grok project under version control
Which files to keep and which to throw away when you save your Grok project.
Make use of add-ons via eggs
How to include additional third-party code packaged as eggs (using megrok.form as the example).
How I Got Grok Talking To CAS
One user's experience connecting his Grok application to a CAS authentication web server, which he probably did the wrong way around, but which he's sharing because at least it worked.
Grok ORM with Storm
This howto describes a simple CRUD application with Grok and Strom.
Installing a Grok Application
Learn how to install an existing Grok application, and
Plugging in new template languages
Replace the default template language.
Adder: an adding machine sample application
The most basic Grok app that is still of some use: an adding machine with tape.
Basic Guidelines
About our editoring policies, preferred documentation format and content licensing.
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