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Rapid Web Applications with TurboGears: Using Python to Create Ajax-Powered Sites by Gigi Sayfan, Kevin Dangoor, Mark Ramm

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Chapter 6.2. Logging in and Using WhatWhat Status

To follow along with the code in the next few chapters, download and install WhatWhat Status. Although you can download the latest version from the WhatWhat Status website (www.cleverdevil.org/whatwhat/), you’re better off downloading the exact version we’re using from our website: www.TurboGearsBook.com/code/whatwhat.

WhatWhat Status has four main screens: Dashboard, Project, Recent Changes, and People. And the vast majority of the action takes place on the Project page, where individual projects are managed. There’s one more screen in WhatWhat Status, for logging in to the application, but that isn’t so much a WhatWhat Status feature as a module that we haven’t had a chance to look ...

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