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Google App Engine enables developers to build python web applications on the same scalable systems that power Google's applications. Google App Engine exposes a fully-integrated development environment. Google App Engine makes it easy to design scalable applications that grow from one to ... [More]
With app-engine-patch a major part of Django works on App Engine without any modifications. An important feature is use of Google's native 'Model' class to interact with the 'Big Table' database, rather than the Django ORM. This has the advantage that you can use new ... [More]
Django-nonrel is a port of Django that adds support for NoSQL databases. Backends for App Engine, MongoDB, ElasticSearch, and Cassandra already exist.
Django technically runs on Google App Engine but there are significant parts which do not work too well. Django App Engine Utilities is a collection of tools to replace or supplement these parts to ease the use of Django on App Engine.
This is the codebase used for the blog application at http://www.libcoffee.net/. Libcoffee.net is written based on the Django framework, and is intended to be run on a Google App Engine account.
OpenID Consumer/Relying Party (RP) for Google App Engine Django projects implemented as a Django app. Derived by Wesley Tanaka from Brian Ellin's WSGI demand.openid.net OpenID consumer. Patches/suggestions appreciated. Join the discussion group To install with a new Google App Engine ... [More]
Make your file upload/download handling platform-independent. No matter if you use the App Engine Blobstore or Amazon S3 or your private server. Use one API to rule them all.
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