Re: web client for beagle

> > > I've been working on a web client for beagle.  It's written in python
> > > and can be checked out from
> > >
> > >
> >
> > Wow. Nice! I am always interested in knowing what people do with beagle
> > specially the API libraries. Tell us more.
> >
> > Brief web search tells me pylons is a rails like framework. So what is
> > the objective of the web client ? How does this run ? Is this more of an
> > API (i.e. one can write web apps using it) or it is directly a client
> > itself ? Pretty screenshots :) ?
> It's a client not an api.  But probably not hard to expose some web
> services.  I'll put some screenshots up tomorrow and send the link.
> Nothing too fancy, but it is ajax.  Also, I'll put some instructions
> on how to invoke it.

Ok. That will be good.

> > I tried to browse the svn (there was some problem with the google code
> > interface, i could only manage to see the different revisions) and saw
> > only a few small python files ... I guess its the power of pylons working
> > fulltime.
> You are correct.  Pylons is doing much of the heavy lifting.  And also
> the beagle lib.  I just thought it would be nice to search my desktop
> and download from anywhere.

Interesting. Waiting for more details.

- dBera

Debajyoti Bera @
beagle / KDE fan
Mandriva / Inspiron-1100 user

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