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I am a novice. I want to know whether Python can be used to develop
client/server database and web applications like .NET. Which is the
best book/source to learn Python?

Aug 12 '07 #1
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Rohit wrote:
I am a novice. I want to know whether Python can be used to develop
client/server database and web applications like .NET. Which is the
best book/source to learn Python?
There are database access libraries for almost every RDBMS.
Web applications using Django, CherryPy, TurboGears and many other tools
Best book(s): Dive into Python, Learning Python

maurice
Aug 12 '07 #2
On Sun, Aug 12, 2007 at 05:08:26AM -0000, Rohit wrote:
I am a novice. I want to know whether Python can be used to develop
client/server database and web applications like .NET.
http://pylonshq.com/
http://www.djangoproject.com/
http://turbogears.org/
Which is the best book/source to learn Python?
http://wiki.python.org/moin/PythonBooks

Christoph

Aug 12 '07 #3
On Aug 11, 10:08 pm, Rohit <rpk.gene...@gmail.comwrote:
I am a novice. I want to know whether Python can be used to develop
client/server database and web applications like .NET. Which is the
best book/source to learn Python?
O'reilly's Learning Python by David Ascher and Mike Lutz has a
reputation for being the best book for learning Python and Yes, Python
has awesome database support and can satisfy almost all database needs.

Aug 12 '07 #4
On 8/12/07, Rohit <rp*********@gmail.comwrote:
I am a novice. I want to know whether Python can be used to develop
client/server database and web applications like .NET. Which is the
best book/source to learn Python?
You've already gotten several excellent answers for web applications;
if you need to create client/server desktop database apps, your best
(and AFAIK, only) choice would be Dabo: http://dabodev.com
--

# p.d.
Aug 12 '07 #5
Rohit wrote:
I am a novice. I want to know whether Python can be used to develop
client/server database and web applications like .NET. Which is the
best book/source to learn Python?

IMO you should use Dabo (www.dabodev.com). If you want to strike on your
own check using SQLAlchemy as your database connection.

Check out the O'Reilly books.

John
Aug 12 '07 #6

On Aug 12, 2007, at 7:44 AM, Viewer T. wrote:
and Yes, Python
has awesome database support and can satisfy almost all database
needs.
Wow. Nobody ever told me Python was *that* kind of language :)

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