[Twisted-web] Getting started using the twisted web server
dreid at dreid.org
Sat Sep 4 14:38:23 MDT 2004
Twisted's webserver is capable of all of that, including the php stuff
:). If you'd like to help us improve it, and you're interested in
writing code for one, look at new-web
There is also nevow, which extends twisted.web a great deal, provides
many api improvements and a nifty rendering engine.
There is documentation for using twisted.web in it's current state in
the TwistedDocs. Just ignore the woven stuff. But be aware that
(hopefully) this stuff twisted.web's current state, won't be around much
On Sat, 2004-09-04 at 12:20, Dan Eloff wrote:
> My goal is to create a scalable web server for use by either a single
> individual on his own computer, or by thousands of people on a remote
> server. This server must be capable of serving up both files from the
> filesystem like .swf, .gif, .jpg, and .html and data produced
> dynamically by the same python process as the server is running in. In
> other words not your standard php/cgi setup where a script is executed
> when you browse to the file (http://localhost/myscript.php), but
> rather where a function from the running host process is called when a
> certain url is given (http://localhost/func/func-id).
> I can't think of a better solution to the problem than twisted, but I
> need help getting started. Is there any examples or anything more that
> I can learn from than the API docs?
> Twisted-web mailing list
> Twisted-web at twistedmatrix.com
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