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Chun, Wesley

Core Python Applications Programming (Kartoniert / Broschiert / Paperback)

Prentice Hall, März 2012


3rd revised edition - 852 S. - Sprache: Englisch - 240x182x35 mm

ISBN: 0132678209 EAN: 9780132678209

The Complete Developer's Guide to Python Python is an agile, robust, and expressive programming language that continues to build momentum. It combines the power of compiled languages with the simplicity and rapid development of scripting languages. In Core Python Applications Programming, Third Edition, leading Python developer and corporate trainer Wesley Chun helps you take your Python knowledge to the next level. This book has everything you need to become a versatile Python developer. You will be introduced to multiple areas of application development and gain knowledge that can be immediately applied to projects, and you will find code samples in both Python 2 and 3, including migration tips if that's on your roadmap too. Some snippets will even run unmodified on 2.x or 3.x.


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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Preface xv Acknowledgments xxvii About the Author xxxi Part I: General Application Topics 1 Chapter 1: Regular Expressions 2 1.1 Introduction/Motivation 3 1.2 Special Symbols and Characters 6 1.3 Regexes and Python 16 1.4 Some Regex Examples 36 1.5 A Longer Regex Example 41 1.6 Exercises 48 Chapter 2: Network Programming 53 2.1 Introduction 54 2.2 What Is Client/Server Architecture? 54 2.3 Sockets: Communication Endpoints 58 2.4 Network Programming in Python 61 2.5 The SocketServer Module 79 2.6 Introduction to the Twisted Framework 84 2.7 Related Modules 88 2.8 Exercises 89 Chapter 3: Internet Client Programming 94 3.1 What Are Internet Clients? 95 3.2 Transferring Files 96 3.3 Network News 104 3.4 E-Mail 114 3.5 Related Modules 146 3.6 Exercises 148 Chapter 4: Multithreaded Programming 156 4.1 Introduction/Motivation 157 4.2 Threads and Processes 158 4.3 Threads and Python 160 4.4 The thread Module 164 4.5 The threading Module 169 4.6 Comparing Single vs. Multithreaded Execution 180 4.7 Multithreading in Practice 182 4.8 Producer-Consumer Problem and the Queue/queue Module 202 4.9 Alternative Considerations to Threads 206 4.10 Related Modules 209 4.11 Exercises 210 Chapter 5: GUI Programming 213 5.1 Introduction 214 5.2 Tkinter and Python Programming 216 5.3 Tkinter Examples 221 5.4 A Brief Tour of Other GUIs 236 5.5 Related Modules and Other GUIs 247 5.6 Exercises 250 Chapter 6: Database Programming 253 6.1 Introduction 254 6.2 The Python DB-API 259 6.3 ORMs 289 6.4 Non-Relational Databases 309 6.5 Related References 316 6.6 Exercises 319 Chapter 7: Programming Microsoft Office 324 7.1 Introduction 325 7.2 COM Client Programming with Python 326 7.3 Introductory Examples 328 7.4 Intermediate Examples 338 7.5 Related Modules/Packages 357 7.6 Exercises 357 Chapter 8: Extending Python 364 8.1 Introduction/Motivation 365 8.2 Extending Python by Writing Extensions 368 8.3 Related Topics 384 8.4 Exercises 388 Part II: Web Development 389 Chapter 9: Web Clients and Servers 390 9.1 Introduction 391 9.2 Python Web Client Tools 396 9.3 Web Clients 410 9.4 Web (HTTP) Servers 428 9.5 Related Modules 433 9.6 Exercises 436 Chapter 10: Web Programming: CGI and WSGI 441 10.1 Introduction 442 10.2 Helping Web Servers Process Client Data 442 10.3 Building CGI Applications 446 10.4 Using Unicode with CGI 464 10.5 Advanced CGI 466 10.6 Introduction to WSGI 478 10.7 Real-World Web Development 487 10.8 Related Modules 488 10.9 Exercises 490 Chapter 11: Web Frameworks: Django 493 11.1 Introduction 494 11.2 Web Frameworks 494 11.3 Introduction to Django 496 11.4 Projects and Apps 501 11.5 Your "Hello World" Application (A Blog) 507 11.6 Creating a Model to Add Database Service 509 11.7 The Python Application Shell 514 11.8 The Django Administration App 518 11.9 Creating the Blog's User Interface 527 11.10 Improving the Output 537 11.11 Working with User Input 542 11.12 Forms and Model Forms 546 11.13 More About Views 551 11.14 Look-and-Feel Improvements 553 11.15 Unit Testing 554 11.16 An Intermediate Django App: The TweetApprover 564 11.17 Resources 597 11.18 Conclusion 597 11.19 Exercises 598 Chapter 12: Cloud Computing: Google App Engine 604 12.1 Introduction 605 12.2 What Is Cloud Computing? 605 12.3 The Sandbox and the App Engine SDK 612 12.4 Choosing an App Engine Framework 617 12.5 Python 2.7 Support 626 12.6 Comparisons to Django 628 12.7 Morphing "Hello World" into a Simple Blog 631 12.8 Adding Memcache Service 647 12.9 Static Files 651 12.10 Adding Users Service 652 12.11 Remote API Shell 654 12.12 Lightning Round (with Python Code) 656 12.13 Sending Instant Messages by Using XMPP 660 12.14 Processing Images 662 12.15 Task Queues (Unscheduled Tasks) 663 12.16 Profiling with Appstats 670 12.17 The URLfetch Service 672 12.18 Lightning Round (without Python Code) 673 12.19 Vendor Lock-In 675 12.20 Resources 676 12.21 Conclusion 679 12.22 Exercises 680 Chapter 13: Web Services 684 13.1 Introduction 685 13.2 The Yahoo! Finance Stock Quote Server 685 13.3 Microblogging with Twitter 690 13.4 Exercises 707 Part III: Supplemental/Experimental 713 Chapter 14: Text Processing 714 14.1 Comma-Separated Values 715 14.2 JavaScript Object Notation 719 14.3 Extensible Markup Language 724 14.4 References 738 14.5 Related Modules 740 14.6 Exercises 740 Chapter 15: Miscellaneous 743 15.1 Jython 744 15.2 Google+ 748 15.3 Exercises 759 Appendix A: Answers to Selected Exercises 763 Appendix B: Reference Tables 768 Appendix C: Python 3: The Evolution of a Programming Language 798 C.1 Why Is Python Changing? 799 C.2 What Has Changed? 799 C.3 Migration Tools 805 C.4 Conclusion 806 C.5 References 806 Appendix D: Python 3 Migration with 2.6+ 807 D.1 Python 3: The Next Generation 807 D.2 Integers 809 D.3 Built-In Functions 812 D.4 Object-Oriented Programming: Two Different Class Objects 814 D.5 Strings 815 D.6 Exceptions 816 D.7 Other Transition Tools and Tips 817 D.8 Writing Code That is Compatible in Both Versions 2.x and 3.x 818 D.9 Conclusion 822 Index 823

Über den Autor

Wesley J. Chun is the author of the bestselling Core Python titles and the Python Fundamentals LiveLessons companion video. He is coauthor of Python Web Development with Django (withdjango.com), and has written for Linux Journal, CNET, and InformIT. In addition to being an architect and Developer Advocate at Google, he runs CyberWeb (cyberwebconsulting.com), a consulting business specializing in Python engineering and technical training. He has more than twenty-five years of programming, teaching, and writing experience, including more than a decade of Python. While at Yahoo!, he helped create Yahoo! Mail and Yahoo! People Search using Python. He holds degrees in computer science, mathematics, and music from the University of California.


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