Ann: Python-SIMPL online tutorial updated to include examples ofcloud interfacing

Discussion in 'Python' started by bobicanprogram, Dec 15, 2011.

  1. The Python-SIMPL tutorial is at:
    http://www.icanprogram.com/06py/lesson1/lesson1.html

    Several lessons (3,4, 6 &7) have been enhanced to include examples of
    Python
    apps interfacing to the cloud housed on a Linode.

    The open source SIMPL toolkit provides a very lean Send/Receive/Reply
    (QNX
    style) messaging library. A SIMPL application consists of 2 or more
    interacting SIMPL modules. A SIMPL module can be written in any
    number of
    supported languages including Python, C, C++, JAVA, Tcl/Tk or PHP.
    More
    importantly they can be mixed in any given SIMPL application.
    Through the
    use of generic surrogates, SIMPL modules are "naturally" cloud aware
    often
    without even a recompile.

    In this tutorial a SIMPL receiver module (written in C) is exported
    unchanged
    to the Linode cloud. Examples of Python modules connecting to this
    Linode
    hosted module via the SIMPL TCP/IP surrogates, SIMPL tclSurrogate
    daemon,
    and Python-CGI are all illustrated.

    bob
     
    bobicanprogram, Dec 15, 2011
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