tg2 | Python web framework with full-stack layer | Web Framework library

 by   TurboGears Python Version: tg2.4.3 License: Non-SPDX

kandi X-RAY | tg2 Summary

kandi X-RAY | tg2 Summary

tg2 is a Python library typically used in Server, Web Framework, MongoDB, Framework applications. tg2 has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available and it has medium support. However tg2 has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub.

Python web framework with full-stack layer implemented on top of a microframework core with support for MongoDB, Pluggable Applications and autogenerated Admin

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              tg2 has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 775 star(s) with 76 fork(s). There are 35 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 10 open issues and 83 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 359 days. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of tg2 is tg2.4.3

            kandi-Quality Quality

              tg2 has no bugs reported.

            kandi-Security Security

              tg2 has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

            kandi-License License

              tg2 has a Non-SPDX License.
              Non-SPDX licenses can be open source with a non SPDX compliant license, or non open source licenses, and you need to review them closely before use.

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              tg2 releases are available to install and integrate.
              Build file is available. You can build the component from source.

            Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

            kandi has reviewed tg2 and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into tg2 implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.
            • Render a template
            • Get a tuple of the user - agent variables
            • Update the contents of d with d
            • Return a list of links between the current page
            • Create a link to a page
            • Build a URL
            • URL encode parameters
            • Create a new instance
            • Coerce a configuration dictionary into a dictionary
            • Create a Jinja2 instance
            • Add middleware
            • Create a Genshi object
            • Add the middleware to the app
            • Register a controller
            • Initialize the paginator
            • Configure paths from configuration
            • Return a serialized representation of an object
            • Check security permissions
            • Register a callback function
            • Notify hook_name
            • Default redirect handler
            • Creates a template
            • Redirect a trailing slash
            • Redirect to the current URL
            • Sanitize language code
            • Apply the decorated function
            Get all kandi verified functions for this library.

            tg2 Key Features

            No Key Features are available at this moment for tg2.

            tg2 Examples and Code Snippets

            No Code Snippets are available at this moment for tg2.

            Community Discussions


            Numpy array vs python list with time measurement
            Asked 2021-Jan-09 at 21:12

            I have read about numpy array runs faster than ordinary code performed in python. I have a large data to send a function with return value. I test it with numpy index and boolean and with python, I should expect to run the task faster with numpy function but in my test is not the case. Why does it run slower?



            Answered 2021-Jan-09 at 21:12

            It's misguiding to say that a code with arrays runs faster. In general, when people speak about code going faster with Numpy arrays, they point out the benefit of vectorizing the code which can then run faster with Numpy performant implementation of functions for array operations and manipulation. I wrote a code that compares the second code you provided (I slightly modified it to save values on a list in order to compare the results) and I compared it to a vectorized version. You can see that this leads to a significant increase in time and the results given by the two methods are equal:



            Get all instances of main class and also of all subclasses
            Asked 2020-Dec-06 at 19:01

            I need your advice guys please, as I'm pretty new to programming and especially OOP. What I need is to get seperately all instances of every subclass and also all of them together. I just can't figure out. Thank you very much! - Class B there i wanted to use as a Loggable function, but maybe it's just nonsense.



            Answered 2020-Dec-05 at 23:22

            Sorry rewriting, but I do this for simplicity:



            Barplot of a column based on Values of another column
            Asked 2020-Feb-03 at 17:45

            I have something like the following Dataset:



            Answered 2020-Feb-03 at 17:45

            Without a reproducible example, it is difficult to be sure that this answer will fit to your dataset.

            Here, based on few informations you provided, I generate a fake example:



            How to perform TTest on multiple coliumns
            Asked 2020-Feb-02 at 16:24

            My dataframe is below



            Answered 2020-Feb-02 at 15:29

            I am not sure why there are four measurements of Triglycerides and weights for each patient.

            Assuming that the measurements were taken lets say a month apart (while on the diet and tg0, wgt0 when starting the diet) then you could do one of two things:

            1. Take the first and last values (tg0, tg4) and use those as the two groups (a, b). Do the same for wgt0 and wgt4.
            2. To get better accuracy we can incorporate the other values by fitting a line of best fit through each patient's Triglycerides levels. And then using the first value of that line of best fit as a and last as b for each patient. Do the same for weights.

            Is it the right way If I do the average of tg0 tg1 tg2 tg3 tg4 and wgt0 wgt1 wgt2 wgt3 wgt4 so that i will get 2 columns a and b and do the ttest

            If (tg0 tg1 tg2 tg3 tg4) are measurements before the diet and (wgt0 wgt1 wgt2 wgt3 wgt4) are measurements after and they are measuring the same thing (for example weight) then you could do what you propose.



            Im trying to create a three way interaction plot but my x axis labels are messed up
            Asked 2019-Dec-26 at 12:37

            Im trying to create a three way interaction plot but my x axis labels not according to my independent variable of P treatment which is "0,3,6,12,36".

            I have tried to put in the code, levels = c("0","3","6","12","36") but it throws out this....



            Answered 2019-Dec-26 at 09:23

            Without a small example of reproducible data, it is hard to propose a good answer but based on the code you wrote, I have the feeling that trying to do the interaction of cultivar with P generates NA, so instead, maybe you should try:



            Regular expression in Java?
            Asked 2019-Dec-06 at 18:28

            I have below string:



            Answered 2017-Jun-15 at 11:41

            You can use this regex instead:



            hide an element on mousemove, if mouse enters a particular region
            Asked 2019-Aug-30 at 21:55



            Answered 2019-Aug-30 at 21:55

            You've got a couple problems here. First off, you're calculating the e_bottom wrong. You just looked at the height, but the bottom is the height plus the top, and you were trying to do it with strings, not numbers.



            Does Google Chrome cache rendered SVGs? If not, how should we optimize SVGs for Chrome rendering?
            Asked 2019-Jun-25 at 18:52

            The live site is here, created in Webflow. As you hover over menu items, the background-img changes by setting other backgrounds to 0% opacity & setting this background to 100% opacity. My problem is with the first SVG (titled "390 KB SVG"), which has ~ 1,000 elements.

            In Firefox, Edge, and Internet Explorer, this relatively large SVG is rendered once and then cached for displaying immediately every time after. In Chrome, the same SVG is forcibly re-rendered on each hover event, costing between 150ms (i5-8600K) and 600 ms (i5-6200U) each time.

            Can we somehow enable rendered-SVG caching in Chrome? Or improve the SVG rendering performance overall? Smaller SVGs render quick enough in Chrome.

            What I've already tried

            The SVG is a 2500px x 1250px, 1 precision SVG exported from Adobe Illustrator CC 2019. The raw ouput from Adobe Illustrator is 762 KB. I'd already optimized the problematic 762 KB SVG down to 390 KB:

            1. Lowered precision to 1 after increasing artboard size as described here.

            2. Used SVGOMG to remove almost all metadata.

            3. Used Vecta.IO's SVG Nano tool to further minify and compress.

            4. Used SVGito to re-use identical paths.

            While it surely renders faster than the initial output, it still takes ~500+ ms to render on slower systems.

            I've also tried alternative ways to change the backgrounds, like display: none or, instead of hiding backgrounds via 0% opacity, only going to 1% opacity: bt even at 1%, Chrome requires a re-render to bring it from 1% to 100% opacity.

            SVG code & how it's being called

            The SVG's code can be viewed here:

            The SVGs are called via Javascript, like so, with Webflow's built-in JavaScript (called "Interactions IX2"):



            Answered 2019-Jun-25 at 03:09

            @Kaiido's instinct appears to be correct. It does seem to be related to the use of elements in that SVG. If you change the CSS in that SVG to use colours directly, the SVG is rendered much faster.

            Eg: all you need to do is copy the colour from the pattern to the associated style:



            Problems with the visualisation of large networks in Networkx
            Asked 2019-Jun-06 at 14:03

            I have a large Python dataframe from which I am trying to build a network. I have a source_node (with around 10 unique values) and a target_node (with thousands of values). I am looking at outgoing interactions of e.g. source_node_1 to multiple target nodes. Currently, my visualisation of the network is not ideal, to say the least.

            This is what the result looks like:

            This is the code used to create the network:



            Answered 2019-Jun-06 at 11:55

            It is logical that so huge graph looks like a horrifying mess. On FullHD monitor with 5000 nodes for every node one will have not more than:

            sqrt(1920 * 1080 / 5000) = 20

            An image of 20x20 pixels for node, text label and all possible edges. Moreover, the human brain is very bad in manipulating with this amount of data so, even if one will draw the huge graph, he will not able to analyze it properly.

            In your case you have very little amount of source nodes and thousand of target nodes for each source node. You can greatly decrease the size of your graph if you will just remove all target nodes that are linked to only one source node (remember that you will still have this info and you can analyze it later with just printing all target nodes corresponding to particular source node):



            JMeter execute ant test local failed
            Asked 2018-Aug-19 at 12:22

            I'm following JMeter wiki page of CommittingChanges which was updated.

            I'm running

            • ant checkstyle

            • ant package

            • ant test

            Test Failed with error in differences from Bug52310.csv:



            Answered 2018-Aug-19 at 12:22

            Regarding your first issue, it looks like a temporary connectivity issue from your machine or more probably that test computes an IP address for your machine that is not reachable .

            This test exists to test ip-spoofing feature by setting the ip source to your machine address.

            Run it in gui and see what IP is computed on your machine then try to resolve it.

            Regarding ant test-both, yes it would be better, report a bug please.


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