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Generating Code Documentation for Polyglot Projects

Code documentation is ideally written as close to the actual code as possible, but compiled into a comprehensive set of documentation that includes code from all languages in use. Here's how we intend to do that.

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Server-Side Rendering For Client-Side Apps

We want the convenience of a client-side single-page application using our MV* framework of choice, but don't want to sacrifice the SEO and UX benefits of rendering the initial markup on the server. And while we're not here to trash on Node.js, we're also not ready to commit to an all-JavaScript tech stack. Here's our attempt to have the best of both worlds, all the while keeping duplication of logic or code between the front-end and back-end worlds to a minimum.

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A Visit to the RESTful SPA

You can't always get away with a single-page app; sometimes you need server-side rendering. When you need both, here's one approach.

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Python for Ada

Donate to the Ada Initiative today to support women in open technology and culture. If we hit $10000 by Friday, Jacob and Alex and Jim and Carl will match your donations!

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PostgreSQL Transactions and SQLAlchemy

SQLAlchemy defaults to implicitly opening a new transaction on your first database query. If you prefer to start your transactions explicitly instead, I've documented here my explorations in getting that to work.

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