Monday, May 31, 2010

Announcing TurboGears EC2 Images

Amazon has long offered a service whereby the community can purchase time on their clusters. Today, TurboGears is able to take advantage of this in a new way. It is now easier than ever before to get a TurboGears instance up, running, and viewable by you, allowing you to find out how that TurboGears based application really looks and functions.

Monday, May 24, 2010

Announcing tgext.xmlrpc

One of the questions that we in the TurboGears community get asked is "How can I have XMLRPC in my TurboGears application?" Until now, we didn't have a useful answer beyond "Write it up". Now we have tgext.xmlrpc.

tgext.xmlrpc allows you to have an XMLRPC hierarchy. Your code becomes a case of simply setting up your controller and working with it like any other controller. So, if you need to have XMLRPC in your TurboGears application, check it out (and don't forget to read the docs!). I think you'll find it quite helpful.