Additional Section for Appengine

I have already said, mixing different languages in a single code is a bad practice. So the html section is done in a different code section. And it is called using the templates. The html section contain the code for displaying the output on a GET request and refreshing the page. I’ve created a link named ‘REFRESH’, on clicking it the page is refreshed and new entry to the database is seen.
  • <a href= “JavaScript:location.reload(true)”>REFRESH</a>

The displaying section uses the template language Django.

  • {% for each in store%}
  • <b>Place:{{each.place}}<br/></b>
  • <i>Sequence:{{each.sequence}}<br/></i>
  • {% endfor %}
There is another small code section which define which code is to run along with appengine server. This is defined in a code section named ‘app.yaml’. It contain the name of the folder in which our appengine code lies, the codes to run in response to each url request like ‘/’, ‘/display’, etc.
  • application: version5
  • version: 1
  • runtime: python
  • api_version: 1

  • handlers:
  • – url: /
  • script: appengine.py
  • – url: /display
  • script: appengine.py

‘Version5’ is the name of the containing folder and ‘appengine.py’ is the code section in response to ‘/’ and ‘/display’.

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About Odol Shinu

I've completed my B Tech in Information Technology in 2010 from Government Engineering College Sreekrishnapuram Palakkad under Calicut University.

Posted on September 12, 2010, in Appengine/RFID Reader Project. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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