Showing posts with label Python. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Python. Show all posts

Monday, June 29, 2015

Build an AngularJS App Powered by Python EVE: Part 2

In the previous part of this series, we implemented the sign-in and sign-up process using the Eve API we created in the first part of the series. We used Node.js and AngularJS to create and get our app running. In this tutorial, we'll take our app development to the next level by using the Add, Edit and Delete APIs to create items in the user home page.


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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Compiling Python for WP8

Windows Phone 8 (WP8) supports native code. Developers can write applications using C/C++ directly, and port existing achievements to Windows Phone. But there are many differences between APIs on WP8 and APIs on Win32. These differences exist in many categories, such as native thread, synchronization method, file find, library load, etc, which brings a lot of workload for code porting. Python is a dynamic script language and has many function modules. It is easy to learn and use. Python can improve the flexibility of the application and existing Python modules can also be used to speed up the development procedure. As Python is a dynamic language, apps can use this feature to create logic or control some application functions dynamically. The Python interpreter is written in C. Because WP8 supports native code, we can compile Python source code on WP8. Thus it makes it possible to use Python on WP8.


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