Name: [026] Kevin Dangoor
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TurboTunes Tutorial [ID:037] (2/3)

in series: TurboGears 20 Minute Wiki

video tutorial by Kevin Dangoor, added 03/07

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This tutorial will show you how to implement your own music store using TurboGears. Note that this was built using TG 0.9 and may be out of date with the TG 1.0 release.

For more information see Kevin's Ultimate TurboGears DVD.

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The catwalk thing looks nice but is a bit redundant IMO -adding some initial data could be accomplished using a general DB tool- like the one comes with MS SQL (forgot its name)


9. Baz Brusch Wed, 13 Jan 2010 05:33

Great Tutorial!

Now to try it and see ifd it is as easy as you make it look.


8. Lawrence McKnight Sat, 09 Jan 2010 21:58

very nice. Thanks


7. anonymous Tue, 20 Oct 2009 08:50

Fast, but a good intro to the ability of TurboGears to leverage a small amount of code into a decent application. Keep 'em coming, especially updating them for new major releases of TG. This one motivated me to get going with TG on my project.


6. anonymous Tue, 30 Jun 2009 20:15

very good video i am try lo learn python, but i am confuse now i develop web applications with c#, and buy a ruby on rails book bu t i don't like ruby but maybe you could me clear me, what is better django, ruby on rails or turbogears! pardon me for me english, i am dominican.


5. anonymous Mon, 16 Mar 2009 05:38

I found this tutorial extremely helpful, I have bookmarked the site and try to suggest it to as many friends I can, I want all of them to take advantage of this tutor.


4. anonymous Mon, 16 Mar 2009 05:38

I found this tutorial extremely helpful, I have bookmarked the site and try to suggest it to as many friends I can, I want all of them to take advantage of this tutor.


anon - less than half of the video is about CatWalk, the rest is about coding.

This video really is a tutorial - Kevin did things here that were really useful to new users back when TG was first released.

Don't forget that this entire series is over a year old now...

Ian.


Good to see this tutorial on database. I guess this is applyable for just any database and not just music management...


I am a beginner, and this tutorial teaches me nothing. I even wonder if it should be called a tutorial and not just a demonstration of catwalk.

The same goes for the other "tutorials" about turbo gears.


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