[Twisted-web] twisted & nevow recipes for the Python Cookbook's2nd edition?

Sergio Trejo serj_trejo at hotmail.com
Wed Jul 7 23:14:44 MDT 2004

Would it be possible to use a combination of a twisted.web server, nevow and 
the PB to send and receive XML fragments between a twisted.web server and an 
SVG-capable browser (such as Mozilla), in order to morph the document's DOM 
and Javascript to change what is rendered by the SVG document inside the 
document? Its been a while since I last looked, but I think Mozila has 
support for SOAP but am wondering if there might be an alternative way to 
update a browser with new data for visual display as in SVG? Disclaimer: I 
haven't had a chance yet to play with nevow so this question may be a bit 
far out there.


>From: Jason Mobarak <jason.mobarak at gmail.com>
>Reply-To: jason at mobarak.name, "Discussion of twisted.web, Nevow,and Woven" 
><twisted-web at twistedmatrix.com>
>To: "Discussion of twisted.web, Nevow,and Woven" 
><twisted-web at twistedmatrix.com>
>Subject: Re: [Twisted-web] twisted & nevow recipes for the Python 
>Cookbook's2nd edition?
>Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2004 14:33:17 -0600
>Hello --
>There's a Nevow wiki with example and recipies.
>...however Nevow is a pretty fast moving target as far as Python
>libraries go, some of the example on the Nevow wiki are already bit
>On Wed, 7 Jul 2004 09:58:10 +0200, Alex Martelli <aleaxit at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Hi there, fellow twisters!  I'm in the recipe-selection phase for a
> > second edition of O'Reilly's "Python Cookbook" and I have noticed that
> > almost no recipe has been submitted to ActiveState's online cookbook
> > that shows how to use Twisted (and Nevow).  With Twisted having matured
> > into (IMHO) the premier Python networking package since the CB's 1st
> > edition, and Nevow coming on strong, I'd really like to have a few such
> > recipes in book's 2nd edition... if anybody's interested they're
> > welcome to submit recipes to the online cookbook and/or, if they
> > prefer, mail me directly (sorry, I'm not currently subscribing to this
> > mailing list -- indeed I've currently shut off all mailing lists since
> > preparing the cookbook's 2nd edition is a very time-consuming task).
> > As you know if you've seen the 1st edition, my bias is strongly in
> > favour of "short and sweet" recipes -- in particular, those recipes
> > that rely on 3rd party packages, as twisted and nevow ones would be,
> > play more of a role of "raising interest" in the 3rd party package than
> > of "covering" its use in any depth.  The compensation for authors of
> > recipes that are selected for publication is essentially "symbolic" --
> > a free copy of the printed book when it comes out and the listing among
> > the book's contributors; all royalties that would normally go to
> > contributors go to the non-profit Python Software Foundation instead
> > (the PSF uses all of its funds to promote Python in many ways).
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Alex
> >
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