Tuesday, September 30, 2008

IronPython Talks to Google AppEngine

Joseph Jude has continued his experimenting with his time tracking tool and getting a desktop application (written in IronPython of course) - a time tracking tool - to use google authentication via the AppEngine.
He has made a new release of the client side tool, with configuration details to talk to his appspot application (the desktop tool can be used standalone without communicating with the server):

"I had the idea of having a server which will act as a centralized data repository - laptop/desktop tool, mobile tool should send data to the server and data will be analyzed in the server."

"Next steps? Incorporate with Google Charts to provide some neat analytics reports, so that it really becomes an useful tool."

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