Download Core Python Applications Programming 3rd Edition

 

Download Core Python Applications Programming 3rd Edition

Download Core Python Applications Programming 3rd Edition

Download Core Python Applications Programming 3rd Edition

About this Book:

In Core Python Applications Programming, you will take all the Python knowledge gained elsewhere and develop new skills, building up a toolset with which you’ll be able to use Python for a variety of general applications.
These advanced topics chapters are meant as intros or “quick dives” into a variety of distinct subjects. If you’re moving toward the specific areas of application development covered by any of these chapters, you’ll
likely discover that they contain more than enough information to get you pointed in the right direction. Do not expect an in-depth treatment because that will detract from the breadth-oriented treatment that this book is
designed to convey.
Like all other Core Python books, throughout this one, you will find many examples that you can try right in front of your computer. To hammer the concepts home, you will also find fun and challenging exercises at
the end of every chapter. These easy and intermediate exercises are meant to test your learning and push your Python skills. There simply is no substitute for hands-on experience. We believe you should not only pick up
Python programming skills but also be able to master them in as short a time period as possible.
Because the best way for you to extend your Python skills is through practice, you will find these exercises to be one of the greatest strengths of this book. They will test your knowledge of chapter topics and definitions
as well as motivate you to code as much as possible. There is no substitute for improving your skills more effectively than by building applications. You will find easy, intermediate, and difficult problems to solve. It is also
here that you might need to write one of those “large” applications that many readers wanted to see in the book, but rather than scripting them—which frankly doesn’t do you all that much good—you gain by
jumping right in and doing it yourself. Appendix A, “Answers to Selected Exercises,” features answers to selected problems from each chapter. As with the second edition, you’ll find useful reference tables collated in
Appendix B, “Reference Tables.” I’d like to personally thank all readers for your feedback and encouragement.
You’re the reason why I go through the effort of writing these books. I encourage you to keep sending your feedback and help us make a fourth edition possible, and even better than its predecessors!

Con tents:

Part I General Application Topics 1
Chapter 1 Regular Expressions 2
1.1 Introduction/Motivation 3
1.2 Special Symbols and Characters 6
1.3 Regexes and Python 16
1.4 Some Regex Examples 36
1.5 A Longer Regex Example 41
1.6 Exercises 48
Chapter 2 Network Programming 53
2.1 Introduction 54
2.2 What Is Client/Server Architecture? 54
2.3 Sockets: Communication Endpoints 58
2.4 Network Programming in Python 61
2.5 *The SocketServer Module 79
2.6 *Introduction to the Twisted Framework 84
2.7 Related Modules 88
2.8 Exercises 89

Chapter 3 Internet Client Programming 94
3.1 What Are Internet Clients? 95
3.2 Transferring Files 96
3.3 Network News 104
3.4 E-Mail 114
3.5 Related Modules 146
3.6 Exercises 148
Chapter 4 Multithreaded Programming 156
4.1 Introduction/Motivation 157
4.2 Threads and Processes 158
4.3 Threads and Python 160
4.4 The thread Module 164
4.5 The threading Module 169
4.6 Comparing Single vs. Multithreaded Execution 180
4.7 Multithreading in Practice 182
4.8 Producer-Consumer Problem and the Queue/queue Module 202
4.9 Alternative Considerations to Threads 206
4.10 Related Modules 209
4.11 Exercises 210
Chapter 5 GUI Programming 213
5.1 Introduction 214
5.2 Tkinter and Python Programming 216
5.3 Tkinter Examples 221
5.4 A Brief Tour of Other GUIs 236
5.5 Related Modules and Other GUIs 247
5.6 Exercises 250
Chapter 6 Database Programming 253
6.1 Introduction 254
6.2 The Python DB-API 259
6.3 ORMs 289
6.4 Non-Relational Databases 309
6.5 Related References 316
6.6 Exercises 319
Chapter 7 *Programming Microsoft Office 324
7.1 Introduction 325
7.2 COM Client Programming with Python 326
7.3 Introductory Examples 328
7.4 Intermediate Examples 338
7.5 Related Modules/Packages 357
7.6 Exercises 357

Chapter 8 Extending Python 364
8.1 Introduction/Motivation 365
8.2 Extending Python by Writing Extensions 368
8.3 Related Topics 384
8.4 Exercises 388
Part II Web Development 389
Chapter 9 Web Clients and Servers 390
9.1 Introduction 391
9.2 Python Web Client Tools 396
9.3 Web Clients 410
9.4 Web (HTTP) Servers 428
9.5 Related Modules 433
9.6 Exercises 436
Chapter 10 Web Programming: CGI and WSGI 441
10.1 Introduction 442
10.2 Helping Web Servers Process Client Data 442
10.3 Building CGI Applications 446
10.4 Using Unicode with CGI 464
10.5 Advanced CGI 466
10.6 Introduction to WSGI 478
10.7 Real-World Web Development 487
10.8 Related Modules 488
10.9 Exercises 490
Chapter 11 Web Frameworks: Django 493
11.1 Introduction 494
11.2 Web Frameworks 494
11.3 Introduction to Django 496
11.4 Projects and Apps 501
11.5 Your “Hello World” Application (A Blog) 507
11.6 Creating a Model to Add Database Service 509
11.7 The Python Application Shell 514
11.8 The Django Administration App 518
11.9 Creating the Blog’s User Interface 527
11.10 Improving the Output 537
11.11 Working with User Input 542
11.12 Forms and Model Forms 546
11.13 More About Views 551
11.14 *Look-and-Feel Improvements 553
11.15 *Unit Testing 554
11.16 *An Intermediate Django App: The TweetApprover 564
11.17 Resources 597
11.18 Conclusion 597
11.19 Exercises 598

Chapter 12 Cloud Computing: Google App Engine 604
12.1 Introduction 605
12.2 What Is Cloud Computing? 605
12.3 The Sandbox and the App Engine SDK 612
12.4 Choosing an App Engine Framework 617
12.5 Python 2.7 Support 626
12.6 Comparisons to Django 628
12.7 Morphing “Hello World” into a Simple Blog 631
12.8 Adding Memcache Service 647
12.9 Static Files 651
12.10 Adding Users Service 652
12.11 Remote API Shell 654
12.12 Lightning Round (with Python Code) 656
12.13 Sending Instant Messages by Using XMPP 660
12.14 Processing Images 662
12.15 Task Queues (Unscheduled Tasks) 663
12.16 Profiling with Appstats 670
12.17 The URLfetch Service 672
12.18 Lightning Round (without Python Code) 673
12.19 Vendor Lock-In 675
12.20 Resources 676
12.21 Conclusion 679
12.22 Exercises 680
Chapter 13 Web Services 684
13.1 Introduction 685
13.2 The Yahoo! Finance Stock Quote Server 685
13.3 Microblogging with Twitter 690
13.4 Exercises 707
Part III Supplemental/Experimental 713
Chapter 14 Text Processing 714
14.1 Comma-Separated Values 715
14.2 JavaScript Object Notation 719
14.3 Extensible Markup Language 724
14.4 References 738
14.5 Related Modules 740
14.6 Exercises 740
Chapter 15 Miscellaneous 743
15.1 Jython 744
15.2 Google+ 748
15.3 Exercises 759

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