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SummaryThe Django REST interface makes it easy to offer private and public APIs for existing Django models. New generic views simplify data retrieval and modification in a resource-centric architecture and provide model data in formats such as XML, JSON and YAML with very little custom code. RESTify your Django apps! Join the mailing list! Installation & SetupStep 1: Checkout from Subversion: svn checkout http://django-rest-interface.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ django-rest-interface Step 2: Add th
WhatThe Django REST interface makes it easy to offer private and public APIs for existing Django models. New generic views simplify data retrieval and modification in a resource-centric architecture and provide model data in formats such as XML, JSON and YAML with very little custom code. How1. Checkout from source control: hg clone https://django-rest.googlecode.com/hg/ django-rest 2. Run the install: python setup.py install3. Add these lines to your urls.py: from django_restapi.model_resource
NOTE: This project has moved to github along with the documentation: http://github.com/appoxy/simple_record An ActiveRecord interface for SimpleDB that takes care of offsets and padding, etc. Can be used as a drop in replacement for ActiveRecord in rails. Getting Started1. Install gems gem install appoxy-aws uuidtools appoxy-simple_record 2. Create a model require 'simple_record'class MyModel < SimpleRecord::Base has_attributes :name, :age are_ints :ageendMore about ModelAttributes. 3. Setup env
OverviewDrop-in server for Google App Engine applications which exposes your data model via a REST API with no extra work. FeaturesBasic Features Metadata browsing List models: GET "/metadata" Define model in XML Schema: GET "/metadata/MyModel" Reading data (XML output) Get specific instance: GET "/MyModel/<key>" Get all instances (paged results): GET "/MyModel" Results can be ordered using the "ordering" query param: "?ordering=<propertyName>" Find multiple instances (paged results): GET "/MyMo
DescriptionSimple Django pluggable to use cities/regions/countries database. This project includes a simple model and methods to use with country/region/city ajax-combobox. Also, it includes YAML files containing more than 200 countries, more than 2500 regions around of the world and more than 9500 cities from Brazil If you need the database of cities of another countries you can try to convert or adapt the data available in the project: http://code.google.com/p/worlddb/ InstallingRequirementsJQ
django-rangevotingdjango-rangevoting allows flexible voting on django objects and includes a pluggable ranking backend to make writing custom ranking algorithms easy. This project is 100% "under development", so watch your fingers around the rough edges. Before you ask "why not just fork django-voting", let me say: I wanted to use an aggregate table django-voting probably could've been extended fairly easily, but I'd prefer to start from scratch. SetupAdd rangevoting to INSTALLED_APPS: INSTALLED
IntroductionmzRock is a machine learning toolkit for automation of mass spectroscopy data analysis. The program was designed to work with chromatograms obtained from triple-quad instruments, but it could be easily adapted to work with other type of instruments. The main goal of the software is to mimic human calls in peak selection, grouping, and annotation of presence/absence of metabolite in a sample. From user point of view, all that needs to be done is to drop files into designated folder, a
Getting StartedOut of the box, django-seeker supports building a filter-based search interface driven from a django model. To get started, we'll walk through adding a search interface for a model to an existing project. Keep in mind that the backend is pluggable, allowing you to write code to search on any data model. PrerequisitesjQuery json2.js jQuery UI Datepicker jQuery Form Plugin (for AJAX file imports) URLsIncluding the seeker application is easy: from seeker.plugins.model import ModelSea