Remember my friend James from my post on skin detection? Well, we grabbed a cup of coffee and some groceries yesterday at the local Whole Foods, all while discussing the latest and greatest CVPR papers. After I checked-out, I whipped out my iPhone and took a picture of the receipt — it’s just something that I like to do …
Remember, in Part 1 I asked you a question: “How do you run a Django application, Flask application, and Pyramid application under your freshly minted Web server without making a single change to the server to accommodate all those different Web frameworks?” Read on to find out the answer. In ...
Motivation A few months ago we posted a similar article that presented a way to implement real-time notifications on Django using Node.js, socket.io and Redis. It got quite a few comments asking us why we used Node.js instead of a gevent-based solution. Our response was that we had hands-on experience with the Node.js solution, and that we would try to write another article about a gevent-based solution in the future. This is that article.
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