Web Component Development with Zope 3

By Philipp von Weitershausen , P. J. Eby

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  • ISBN13: 978-3-5402-2359-7
  • 481 Pages
  • User Level: Professionals
  • Publication Date: December 6, 2005
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF

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New Zope 3 is a web applications server written in Python that allows developing complex web applications rapidly and collaboratively. Zope 3 is the successor to the successful version 2. After an introduction to the key concepts of Zope, a sample application is built and extended subsequently. The book is targeted towards developers familiar with the web and web technologies. Special sections for Zope 2 developers cover the basic differences to the predecessor. The concepts of Zope 3 and its component architecture are explained thoroughly, continually accompanied by a demo application.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Part 1: Beginner.
  2. Introduction.
  3. Zope and the Component Architecture.
  4. Installing Zope.
  5. Interfaces.
  6. Content Components.
  7. Persistency.
  8. Simple Views and Browser Pages.
  9. Browser Forms. Part II: Intermediate.
  10. Internationalization.
  11. Customizing a Site’s Layout.
  12. Adapters.
  13. Automated Testing.
  14. Advanced Views.
  15. Metadata.
  16. Containers.
  17. Events.
  18. Part III: Expert.
  19. Sources and Vocabularies.
  20. Sites.
  21. Indexing and Searching.
  22. Browser Sessions.
  23. Security.
  24. Authentication and User Management.
  25. Debugging Zope.
  26. Packaging and Deployment.
  27. Part IV: Appendices. A. API Reference.
  28. B. ZCML Reference.

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