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Introduction to Tornado [Kindle Edition]

Michael Dory , Allison Parrish , Brendan Berg

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Walk through the basics of Tornado, the high-performance web server known for its speed, simplicity, and scalability on projects large and small. With this hands-on guide, you’ll learn how to use Tornado’s acclaimed features by working with several example applications. You also get best practices for using Tornado in the real world.

Are you interested in creating a scalable social application, real-time analytics engine, or RESTful API—all with the power and simplicity of Python? This book shows you why Tornado is fantastic choice for writing powerful applications that are simple to create, extend, and deploy.

  • Learn how to use Tornado’s lightweight and flexible templating language
  • Extend templates to repurpose headers, footers, layout grids, and other content
  • Use persistent storage like MongoDB to store, serve, and edit dynamic content
  • Explore Tornado’s ability to make asynchronous web requests
  • Secure your application against cookie and request vulnerabilities
  • Authenticate with external services, using Tornado’s auth module
  • Adopt deployment strategies that help harden your application and increase request throughput

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Mike is CTO and co-founder of Socialbomb, he's worked with companies like Fisher-Price, HBO and Pepsico to build social applications and platforms that connect users with their friends, their devices, and the world around them. Prior to starting up Socialbomb, Mike developed installations, sites, and games for Unified Field and the Institute of Play. Adam Parrish is an artist and programmer, currently residing in Brooklyn. He has ten years of professional programming experience, with an emphasis on programming for the web. Brendan Berg has more than five years of experience creating web and mobile applications. He has spent the past two years designing and developing cloud infrastructure and APIs as Chief Software Architect of Socialbomb.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 138 Seiten
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  • Verlag: O'Reilly Media; Auflage: 1 (19. März 2012)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B007NHKVL6
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Straight to the point and very effective 5. Juni 2012
Von Eduardo M. - Veröffentlicht auf
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After almost going bald from stress with Python's official documentation on writing your own server, I heard about this book and decided to give Tornado a try.

After reading the first 4 chapters, I was able to code a small server for personal use at home. Tornado is very easy to use, and the authors explain each concept by means of an example, commenting the code section by section - exactly what a beginner needs to understand what he is doing.

Due to the non-blocking nature of Tornado - and especially of many of its most current real-world applications -, the authors suggest MongoDB as a non-blocking (and nosql) storage solution on the examples. As you aren't really required to avoid SQL, I implemented my own solutions with Sqlite with almost no problem (beware of unicode escaping and enconding, though!).

The only thing I miss on the book is an index. As this is a short book, though, finding the desired snippets via my own notes wasn't hard.

Edit (November, 2013): almost a year and a half after my first review, I still keep this book on my desk as a reference. I really like the official documentation, but the examples given by the book continue to be useful. An index and a short reference to the template syntax tags would enrich the book towards becoming a "quick reference".
5.0 von 5 Sternen Nice short book to get you started with Tornado 14. April 2013
Von Ivo Flipse - Veröffentlicht auf
I recently decided to try and create a web app and picked Tornado as my web server, because it is also being used in IPython. I like learning new tools by reading books about them, so I got my hands on a copy of Introduction to Tornado and got started.

The book is pretty thin, which I think in this case is a good thing. Its not meant to exhaustively describe all features Tornado has to offer, but rather a gentle introduction. The book covers all of the important elements to get you started:

- Creating templates
- Extending templates with Javascript and CSS
- Interacting with databases (MongoDB in this case)
- Making your web app asynchronously
- Basic security features and authentication
- Signing in with Twitter and Facebook's OAuth

The book features several nice examples, like a shopping cart for a bookstore, asynchronously keeping tabs on how many items are remaining. A simple Twitter client displaying your latest tweets, a Facebook client showing your timeline, both dealing with authentication. Most examples worked pretty well, though I had some issues getting the Twitter client working, because of errors I made in the callback url on localhost. I didn't get the Facebook example working for the same reason, but its not a big issue.

Overall, I found it a pretty useful book. While I was already somewhat familiar with Web Apps through Udacity and Coursera courses, it was good to get a bit more formal explanation about topics like routing, handlers and templates. I also liked the way they explained what each part of the code did, instead of assuming you had already figured it out. So while its a short read, I think its a nice introduction to Tornado to get you going.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Mercifully Short 3. Juni 2014
Von D. Cutter - Veröffentlicht auf
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I needed to get going quickly for a project and It got me where I needed to be.

Pros: No extra blabbing in this book - you can read it cover-to-cover relatively quickly. Topics covered are useful for everyday kind of work.
Cons: If you're looking for an exhaustive book that will cover everything related to Tornado, this isn't that book.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent book 23. Januar 2014
Von Pulkit Sinha - Veröffentlicht auf
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Overall excellent book. Lots of examples, code available on github. Ideal for experienced programmers who want to learn Tornado quickly. Somewhat short and avoids going into nitty gritty of how things work.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Good Introduction 19. Januar 2013
Von Jared - Veröffentlicht auf
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This is a great book if you want to learn the basics and setup a simple tornado site running on nginx that uses supervisor to manage the processes. You will also learn why async event programming is very popular and how it can really speed up your site. This book is really an intro and if you're looking to do something more advanced like write your own async classes using the io loop and build on the tornado framework you need to look somewhere else.
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