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Developer specialising in the Angle Brackets stuff (ASP.NET, Azure, and Web Tools).


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reviewed Excellent How to get initial API right using TDD?
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reviewed Satisfactory What is a real-world use case of using a Chomsky Type-I (context-sensitive) grammar
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revised What micro web-framework has the lowest overhead but includes templating
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comment What micro web-framework has the lowest overhead but includes templating
The site is already a simple ASP website, not much point swapping for php, I can use includes with classic asp...
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comment What micro web-framework has the lowest overhead but includes templating
Taken a quick look at CodeIgniter and it also seems over the top for what I'm looking for. Much the same as ASP.NET MVC - a whole framework just to serve up a few static pages is what I'm seeking to avoid.
Jun
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comment What micro web-framework has the lowest overhead but includes templating
Django and not python? I'm not worried at all about having too few features - the only features I need are the templating and a contact form (but I can use the cgi provided by Go Daddy if I need to avoid any programming on the pages)
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comment What micro web-framework has the lowest overhead but includes templating
A CMS is waaaaay over the top. The page content almost never needs to change, only when I change venue or class times have I changed it in the last 6 years!
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asked What micro web-framework has the lowest overhead but includes templating
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answered Productivity enhancing development strategies for small teams
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answered Good workflow for software development with scrum and continuous integration
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comment Automating release management and CI on python projects under mercurial VCS
I use that script to manage all our deployments, so it is more complex than a one off / bespoke script would be - but it does let you simply plug as many projects in as you like. Most of the complexity comes from keeping the script DRY in order to make it easy to reuse blocks. If you're only going to run a single project then inline all the blocks, it will be a big long script but maybe easier to follow...?