[opensource] iPhone python web framework

Paul Betts paul at paulbetts.org
Mon Nov 23 22:14:11 EST 2009

Very cool, share out the code on Github so people can start hacking on it!

On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 6:55 PM, Patrick Shuff <shuff.12 at osu.edu> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I have been working on a little side project recently in which I am creating
> an iPhone webapp.  Before starting I did some digging and found no popular
> python modules dedicated solely to providing a pretty iPhone interface, so I
> just started from scratch using iWebkit and web.py.  In working on this
> project, and refining my web templates, I feel like I am on the edge of
> having a good base for a module dedicated to creating a standard iPhone
> interface.  With some work, maybe it could be eventually turned into a
> pretty powerful module!
> By the way, iWebkit (it is GPL'd) is pretty awesome and does most of the
> work (e.g. css, javascript) for the interface for us.
> Is there anybody that is interested in collaborating on a project like
> this?  Is there already a module out there to do this and I'm just going to
> be duplicating efforts?  If anyone is interested I will get something set up
> on google code and we'll have at it :)
> Oh, and I am also going to plug my project because it might be useful to
> some of you:
> http://osucabs.com
> I am just taking the CABS-TRIP site and giving it an iPhone look, although
> it should run on any modern smartphone.  The code is all running on Google
> App Engine (with web.py framework, not theirs).
> Feel free to let me know your thoughts, or if you think this is a terrible
> idea :)
> Patrick Shuff
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