content management framework built on python 3, tornado, and mongo. this is the RESTful backend and is not intended to be exposed to the public.
well, I wanted something that handles different entity types
individual of each other. for example, I wanted to query for a
activity entity type that would provide me access to a
attribute that could be manipulated by a frontend application anyway I
see fit. Kind of like Drupal's custom field attributes, or Wordpress'
custom advanced fields. Obviously, with a smaller footprint and
entities encoded in json so I could easily write any frontend I wanted
as long as it knew what json was. Im sure this has been done million
times over but I was bored.
some things I want to implement:
- entity constraints
- mongo's replication features
- entity helpers/validators
some things that shouldnt be here:
- authentication - its not intended to be public
- entity dependencies on each other
- a bear
python >= 3.3.2, mongo, <3
git clone email@example.com:battlemidget/cage.git cd cage pip install -r requirements.txt
Single instance, increased logging, and autoreload during changes.
This will run multiple instances equal to your num of cpus. Autoreload is not available in this mode.
There's really nothing to "view" in a browser, but the default port is
9000 so you could visit
http://localhost:9000 if you're feeling
I like nginx so use that with proxy_pass, look in
scripts/deploy-post for an example. Or you're own proxy server
that'll handle a cluster of cage instances.
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