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The leading RESTful web framework for Java Do you want to blend your web services, web sites and web clients into unified web applications exposing and consuming RESTful web APIs? Leverage the open source Restlet Framework and its unique Java API available in six consistent editions: Java SE, Java EE, OSGi, GAE, Android and GWT!
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]
Tipfy is a cute little Python framework for App Engine which follows the basic concepts of web.py and webapp. It is built on top of Werkzeug's WSGI utilities and is really small but powerful.
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]
A Project Timer build with GWT - GWTP - Ext GWT - GAE Features: - Protecting against XSRF attacks (GWTP) - Intuitive user interface (Ext GWT) - Cross browser compatibility - No registration needed - use your Google account. Check out the demo: http://gwt-projecttimer.appspot.com
This is a multiple usage web application writing with python and django, running on google appengine, the project is going to have plugable modules including blog, forum, shop, crm... the project introduce a agile way to create html entities in python/php by providing a set of layout helper ... [More]
vtimeline is a web-based gantt chart generator. Gantt chart is generated in SVG, which is intended to be used in report. The chart specs are defined by domain specific language (DSL). It can be used at http://vtimeline.appspot.com/
A web application to help get things of your mind and to done. The interface is lightweight to be usable on (smart)phones and such mobile devices (though it doesn't use the WAP markup, just regular XHTML, but as lightweight as possible).