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A simple and easy to use HTML OOP Web Framework to use with WSGI

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S-HTML
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S-HTML is a simple and easy to use HTML OOP Web Framework to use with WSGI

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1.- Install Mod_WSGI for Python 3:
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in Debian like systems type:
apt-get install libapache2-mod-wsgi-py3

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2.- Configure the virtual host
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Changes to the DEFAULT file
The file /etc/apache2/sites-available/default needs to be modified:

DocumentRoot /var/www/public_name
WSGIScriptAlias /public_name /var/www/path_to_application/application.wsgi

Your folder structure should look like the following scheme:
/var/www/
├── path_to_application/
│ ├── application.wsgi
│ └── python_modules/
└── public_name/
├── css/
├── js/
├── images/
└── other_fix_content/

Restart the Apache server:
service apache2 restart

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3.- Create the application.wsgi file
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Use the following demo to test the S-HTML capabilities:

# -*- coding: utf-8 *-*
import os, sys, Pi_html

def application(environ, start_response):
request = environ['REQUEST_URI']
if not request.find("?") == -1:
(url_path, query_string) = request.split("?")
else:
url_path = request
query_string = ""
if url_path == "/path_to_application/debug":
if environ['REQUEST_METHOD'] == 'GET':
get = S_html.fetchQueryString(query_string.split("&"))
result = "GET : <br />Array<br />{<br />"
for key in get.keys():
result += "&nbsp;" * 4 + "[{}]".format(key) + " => " + get[key] + "<br />"
result += "}"
if environ['REQUEST_METHOD'] == 'POST':
post = S_html.fetchPost(environ['wsgi.input'])
result = "POST : <br />Array<br />{<br />"
for key in post.keys():
result += "&nbsp;" * 4 + "[{}]".format(key) + " => " + post[key] + "<br />"
result += "}"
elif url_path == "/pi_html":
page = S_html.Pi_html("Pi_HTML Class Demo")
page.add_pageTabs([["Index", "index", True],
["Edit", "edit", False],
["New", "new", False]])
page.add_bodyContent(page.tag("h2", "", request))

frmDemo = S_html.Form("frmDemo", "/path_to_application/debug", "post", "Submit")
frmDemo.add_item("Text", "text", "Some Value", "text", "required")
frmDemo.add_item("Password", "password", "Some Value", "password", "")
frmDemo.add_item("Date", "date", "2013-12-12", "date", "")
frmDemo.add_item("Number", "number", "80", "number", "min='0' max='100'step='1'required")
frmDemo.add_item("Textarea", "textarea", "Some Value", "textarea", "")
frmDemo.add_item("File", "file", "", "file", "")
frmDemo.add_item("Picture", "picture", "", "picture", "")
frmDemo.add_item("Checkbox", "checkbox", "", "checkbox", "")
frmDemo.add_item("Hidden", "hidden", "Hidden value", "hidden", "")
options = frmDemo.select_options([[1, "First"],
[2, "Second"],
[3, "Selected"],
[4, "Other..."]], 3)
frmDemo.add_item("Select", "select", options, "select", "")

fldset= S_html.Fieldset("Fieldset", frmDemo.showHTML())
page.add_bodyContent(fldset.showHTML())

tableDemo = S_html.Table("Table Demo", "regularTable")
tableDemo.add_header(["Column 1", "Column 2", "Column 3", "Column 4"])
tableDemo.add_row(["Content 1", "Content 2", "Content 3", "Content 4"])
tableDemo.add_row(["Content 5", "Content 6", "Content 7", "Content 8"])
tableDemo.add_row(["Content 9", "Content 10", "Content 11", "Content 12"])
tableDemo.add_footer("<td colspan='4'>Some footer information</td>")
page.add_bodyContent(tableDemo.showHTML())

fldset2= S_html.Fieldset("Fieldset", tableDemo.showHTML())
page.add_bodyContent(fldset2.showHTML())

start_response('200 OK', [('Content-Type', 'text/html; charset=utf-8')])
result = page.showHTML()
else:
result = "Not Found"

start_response('200 OK', [('Content-Type', 'text/html; charset=utf-8')])
return result

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4.- Create the pi_html.css file:
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Use the example included or create your own

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5.- POST and GET functions
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Depending in what method are you passing your form data you can use the following functions to retrieve the fields content into a List:
get = S_html.fetchQueryString(query_string.split("&"))
post = S_html.fetchPost(environ['wsgi.input'])

You can access the fields content:
get['get_field_name']
or
post['post_field_name']

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6.- Have fun!!!
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Based on the demo use the trial and error process, and have fun!

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