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app-engine-patch

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With app-engine-patch a major part of Django works on App Engine without any modifications. An important feature is use of Google's native 'Model' class to interact with the 'Big Table' database, rather than the Django ORM. This has the advantage that you can use new datastore features as soon ... [More] as they get released, and code optimized for the App Engine Datastore can be reused from both Django and WebApp projects. Many optional, useful extras are provided in the companion 'ragendja' library to speed up your App Engine development. [Less]

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AppScale

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  Analyzed about 15 hours ago

AppScale is an open-source implementation of the Google AppEngine (GAE) cloud computing interface. AppScale enables execution of GAE applications on virtualized cluster systems. In particular, AppScale enables users to execute GAE applications using their own clusters with greater scalability and ... [More] reliability than the GAE SDK provides. Moreover, AppScale executes automatically and transparently over cloud infrastructures such as the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Eucalyptus, the open-source implementation of the AWS interfaces. [Less]

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almost 4 years since last commit

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Melange - Spice of Creation

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Melange, the Spice of CreationThe goal of this project is to create a framework for representing Open Source contribution workflows, such as the existing Google Summer of Code TM (GSoC) program. Using this framework, it will be possible to host future Google Summer of Code programs (and other ... [More] similar programs, such as the Google Highly Open Participation TM Contest, or GHOP) on Google App Engine. If you are interested in participating, check out our GettingStarted guide. If you would like to keep up with what is going on with Melange development, you can subscribe to the updates feed. [Less]

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Maven GAE Plugin

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Google App Engine Maven Plugin. Integrates google's AppEngine Java SDK as a maven plugin.

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Django-nonrel

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Django-nonrel is a port of Django that adds support for NoSQL databases. Backends for App Engine, MongoDB, ElasticSearch, and Cassandra already exist.

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GAE-REST

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  Analyzed about 9 hours ago

Implements the Ning Atom REST API for Google App Engine. - a plug ’n play package that enables easy web services API with full read access without having to code anything on any GAE app - execute arbitrary queries against the Data Store and get the results as an Atom feed - 3rd party ... [More] developers can easily create mash-ups and applications using your app’s data - developers without prior Python knowledge can take advantage of DataStore bigtable implementation and GAE app hosting - since the output is atom, people can subscribe to any data view of your application using existing feed readers - anyone can make queries from the location bar instantly! - two apps with the REST package installed can perform cross app queries (something currently not supported by the App Engine) [Less]

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over 15 years since last commit

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gaeutilities

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  Analyzed about 17 hours ago

gaeutilities is a collection of utility classes to assist in development on Google's Appengine. It includes a sessions library built on the memcache and datastore, as well as a caching library built on the same principles. The purpose of the project is not only to provide extra functionality for the ... [More] developer to build off of, but to make sure it performs as well as possible to create a low impact on quotas. [Less]

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over 13 years since last commit

3 users on Open Hub

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gae-init

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  Analyzed about 13 hours ago

Google App Engine with Bootstrap, Flask and tons of other cool features

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7 current contributors

about 2 years since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

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gaedo

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  Analyzed about 3 hours ago

GAEDO stands for Google App Engine Data Object It's a persistence project providing dynamic query code generation: you just need to define your interfaces! For the moment Gaedo is compatible with the google appengine but is designed to be extended

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oohembed

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This project hosts the source code that powers oohEmbed.com What is oohEmbed?In a nutshell: oohEmbed is an oEmbed compatible provider of HTML embed codes for various web sites. What is this oEmbed? From oembed.com: oEmbed is a format for allowing an embedded representation of a URL on third ... [More] party sites. The simple API allows a website to display embedded content (such as photos or videos) when a user posts a link to that resource, without having to parse the resource directly. Still don't get it? Perhaps an example will make things clear. If you make a URL request like this: http://oohembed.com/oohembed/?url=http%3A//www.amazon.com/Myths-Innovation-Scott-Berkun/dp/0596527055/ You will get this as the response: { "asin": "0596527055", "title": "The Myths of Innovation", "url": "http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31%2BfVjL2nqL.jpg", "thumbnail_width": "48", "height": "500", "width": "317", "version": "1.0", "author_name": "Scott Berkun", "provider_name": "Amazon Product Image", "thumbnail_url": "http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31%2BfVjL2nqL._SL75_.jpg", "type": "photo", "thumbnail_height": "75", "author_url": "http://www.amazon.com/gp/redirect.html%3FASIN=0596527055%26location=/Myths-Innovation-Scott-Berkun/dp/0596527055" }That should make everything clear. No? Then head over to http://oohEmbed.com/ for more details! Brief OverviewoohEmbed is running on Google App Engine and so what you see in the source repository here is a Python app meant to run on App Engine. Thus, some familiarity with App Engine would be a good thing to have before jumping into the code. Although oohEmbed is a Google App Engine app, it contains very little App Engine specific code. Apart from the use of urlfetch, everything else is standard Python and should run anywhere else that Python runs. The codebase is so small that hopefully, it is self-explanatory :-) If you have any questions, please feel free to ask! [Less]

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