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Introduction to RPyC 3.0 [ID:741] (1/1)

in series: RPyC Programming

video tutorial by tomerfiliba, added 11/08

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Introduces basic RPyC 3.0 concepts and programming skills using the so called "classic mode". You will learn about: starting up a classic server, connecting to it, using remote objects and handling remote exceptions.

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Nice presentation.

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6. Robert Krupnek Mon, 15 Feb 2010 07:18

Nice quick intro showing some of the capabilities of RPyC!


5. anonymous Mon, 21 Sep 2009 08:47

Brilliant! Thank you.


Excellent introduction!

I think I'm up on the difference between RPyc and XML-RPC, but I'm wondering about which applications one or the other is better suited for -- add to that remote ssh connection capabilities through the paramiko module.

Thanks.


Wow great pace. Easy to understand. And most admirable library to simplify complex subjects.


I do indeed have a better understanding of RyPC and I'm impressed. A very smooth demonstration of the server-client concept and suggests all sorts of cool uses. Great to see someone using a screencast as demo/simple tutorial of their own project - is always better from the horses mouth, so to speak. The sound was a little low on my laptop - is a common problem but can be easily fixed by using Audacity to normalize the sound. Anyway, well done.


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