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Google App Engine overview

I have gone through many Google App Engine tutorials, and I became quite familiar with how to do basic stuff like implementing a webapp2.RequestHandler, and using ndb.Models to manage your data. Now, ...
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1answer
243 views

Python garbage collection giving me a hard time

Context: I am developing a web application using webapp2 web-framework with python to be hosted on GAE. The web application (web-app from now on), is a chess variant. Being a first timer, I have ...
2
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1answer
216 views

Restrictive routing best practices for Google App Engine with python?

Say I have a simple structure: app = webapp2.WSGIApplication([ (r'/', 'pages.login'), (r'/profile', 'pages.profile'), (r'/dashboard', 'pages.dash'), ], debug=True) Basically all pages ...
2
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1answer
536 views

Nested entities in Google App Engine. Do I do it right?

Trying to make most of the GAE Datastore entities concept, but some doubts drill my head. Say I have the model: class User(ndb.Model): email = ndb.StringProperty(indexed=True) password = ...
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4answers
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Google App Engine, what are the advantages and limitations?

First, does anyone know a specific advantage of Google App Engine for Python Apps? Is there some advantage over Heruko or Appfog? And about the database API? Now, what about the limitations? Are ...
2
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1answer
1k views

Java or Python for Google App Engine not knowing either language?

I have a few project ideas that I'd like to deploy on GAE. I'm interested in developing a logging application for amateur radio contacts, shortwave, and utility monitoring. More complex projects ...
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2answers
459 views

TTS on App Engine

I have written a small front-end to the Festival TTS system using Python/Django. I wish to deploy it on the Google App Engine cloud. A few questions: My application uses the Festival app ...
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994 views

Do you think that GAE alone is enough to justify learning Python over Ruby? [closed]

Considering the fact that you don't have to get involved in setting up/buying a server or even buying a domain, do you think that fact alone is enough to choose one over the other? I don't ...