[Twisted-Python] need help getting started with Twisted
shimonrura at gmail.com
Mon Jul 11 11:47:07 EDT 2005
I'm starting to work on a new server application, and I think Twisted
may be a useful platform to build on. I've been having a hard time
figuring out where to start, though, as my experience is mostly in
database-backed web applications and Twisted seems rather large. I
found myself wishing there was an O'Reilly book on Twisted, and was
happy to read the message below on the mailing list.
Abe, is there any way a newbie like me can get (or buy) a pre-print of
Can anyone recommend other resources or tutorials for newbies? The
documentation on the Twisted website was confusing, in part because
it's divided into many different projects and I don't know how those
projects relate or if some of them have been superseded by newer ones.
On 7/4/05, Abe Fettig <abe at fettig.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm happy to announce that O'Reilly is going to publish my book on
> Twisted. It's scheduled for release in October. The working title is
> Twisted Network Programming Essentials.
> I've been working on this book since the end of last year, but I've been
> waiting to announce it until I knew that it was definitely going to be
> published in the reasonably near future. At this point it's in the
> editing stage, and O'Reilly has put it on their production schedule for
> an October release. So spread the word - there's a Twisted book coming!
> For a description of what the book covers (and what it doesn't), see
> this post on my weblog:
> Thanks to all the Twisted developers for creating such an amazing
> framework. The more I learn about Twisted (and I learned a lot while
> writing this book), the more I'm impressed. I hope this book helps many
> more people to get started with Twisted, and that it's the first of many
> more books to come.
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