[PEAK] Does a PEAK-ized webware esist ?

Phillip J. Eby pje at telecommunity.com
Thu Jan 29 20:39:36 EST 2004

At 07:18 PM 1/29/04 -0600, Wayne Larsen wrote:
>Phillip J. Eby wrote:
>>But, personally, I think you might find it an uphill battle, since it's 
>>not really intended for that development model.  peak.web assumes you are 
>>creating a Python application in normal Python "module space", and that 
>>the hierarchical structure comes from the hierarchy of your "view 
>>components".  Resources can then be either objects that are needed by the 
>>view components to do their thing (like page templates for their 
>>methods), or static data served up as things like images, scripts, PDF 
>>files, or whatever.  It's not really designed for building the 
>>application out of the resources, though you certainly could do it if you 
>>set your mind to it.
>It would be great to get an example of how that would be constructed.

Which?  The peak.web canonical way, or building an app out of resources?

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