[ZWeb] Developer Documentation comments
Thu, 21 Sep 2000 12:54:31 -0400
Paul wrote this:
o (2000/09/12) Shane Hathaway has a first cut at a totally
o (2000/09/12) Brian Lloyd has a document at dev.zope.org regarding
security for developers</a>. The document says it "serves as a security
primer for Zope component developers".</p>
o (2000/09/11) Tres added <a
href="/project/models/ptk_base/index.html">UML models</a> for
o (2000/09/11) Unit testing has become a key issue. Interested in
UnitTestingForZopeDevelopers? This How To courtesy of Chris
o (2000/09/11) The <a href="/project/api/">!APIMaterial</a> for Zope
is now at the G2 Developer Home site.
o Integrate everything at "developer resources",
http://www.zope.org/Documentation/Developer. Some of these, like
acquisition, are easy, as they come from stx sources in Zope.
They just need reviewing. These include:
o Acquisition, ExtensionClass, Persistence,
o Want to debug Zope? Don't miss:
- "Zope Debugging",
- "The Debugger Is Your Friend",
- Ken Manheimer's "Debugging Zope Code",
- A really, really handy How To from Chris McDonough on
"Postmortem Debugging in Zope",
- Who could ever forget the "Python debugger documentation",
o Jim's excellent papers:
- "ZODB paper",
- There are some updates in a "ZODB presentation",
o Andrew Kuchling's "ZODB material",
http://starship.python.net/crew/amk/zodb/. Particularly his
excellent "introduction to using ZODB from Python",
o Content manager, DTML, SQL, and developer guide at "official
guide material", http://www.zope.org/Documentation/Guides/.
o "ZODB UML models",
o Various "developer documentation",
http://www.zope.org/Documentation/Developer. This includes
http://www.zope.org/Members/michel/Projects/Interfaces/. This is
the point of entry for crafting a formal *interfaces* model for
Zope and documenting the public interfaces.
o Brian and Amos' chapter for QuickPython, Brian's DevShed
article, and Amos' xml.com (and other) articles
Michel Pelletier and Amos Latteier have an O'Reilly contract for
"Zope: The Definitive Guide",
http://www.zope.org/Members/michel/ZB. The book will pass the
halfway point next week. The material is aimed at users and mild
Brian Lloyd wrote what remains as the "premier developer intro",
Amos Latteier wrote an "article for WebTechniques",
article is from Feb 1999, shortly after 'Bobo + Principia = Zope'.
It provides an overview of Zope from a developer and architect
Amos and Brian co-authored a chapter in the *QuickPython* book.
The chapter covers "Bobo programming",
Amos has also written a series of articles for 'XML.com'. There
is a "page of listing his articles",
o "Creating XML Applications With Zope",
http://www.xml.com/pub/1999/12/zope/index.html. Zope is an open
source Python-based web application server. Amos Latteier,
author of Zope's XML support, shows how to use it to create
simple XML-based applications.
o "Scripting Zope With XML-RPC",
http://www.xml.com/pub/2000/01/xmlrpc/index.html. Examining how
the Zope application server uses XML-RPC to allow remote
scripting of objects via the Web.
o "Using Zope as an XML-RPC Client",
o "Using Zope as an XML-RPC Server",
o "Advanced XML Applications in Zope",
his three-part tutorial on XML and Zope, Amos Latteier discusses
the wider implications of creating XML applications with Zope,
demonstrating with the creation of an RSS channel class.