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New Zope 3 is a web applications server written in Python that allows developing complex web applications rapidly and collaboratively. Zope 3 is the successor to the successful version 2.
After an introduction to the key concepts of Zope, a sample application is built and extended subsequently. The book is targeted towards developers familiar with the web and web technologies. Special sections for Zope 2 developers cover the basic differences to the predecessor. The concepts of Zope 3 and its component architecture are explained thoroughly, continually accompanied by a demo application.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Components - Debugging - Layout - Python - Web - Web application - Zope - browser - deployment - development - interfaces - security - software - testing - web applications
Part 1: Beginner.- Introduction.- Zope and the Component Architecture.- Installing Zope.- Interfaces.- Content Components.- Persistency.- Simple Views and Browser Pages.- Browser Forms. Part II: Intermediate.- Internationalization.- Customizing a Site’s Layout.- Adapters.- Automated Testing.- Advanced Views.- Metadata.- Containers.- Events.- Part III: Expert.- Sources and Vocabularies.- Sites.- Indexing and Searching.- Browser Sessions.- Security.- Authentication and User Management.- Debugging Zope.- Packaging and Deployment.- Part IV: Appendices.
A. API Reference.- B. ZCML Reference.