web2py blogging app using modules for datamodels instead of model files.
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web2py modular blog engine

An example of web2py app using modules to define data models instead of traditional model files.

why?

web2py loads scripts under /models folders in alphabetical order, and it is loaded in every request, with this approach you can have a more "Pythonic" way to define your data models using pure Python Modules and an ORM like structure to define your tables.

features

This app comes with:

  • a simple blog engine
  • urls-slugs
  • multi author
  • author picture grabbed from gravatar.com
  • WYSIWYG editor with CKeditor supporting image uploads inside the editor
  • multi theme support

Author: Bruno Cezar Rocha / 2011

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