Build a chat app with Pyramid, SQLDB, and Bluemix
Use SQLAlchemy to integrate with database services in Bluemix
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Date archived: October 12, 2017 | First published: February 03, 2015
This tutorial shows how to create Bluemix-friendly applications using the Pyramid framework. Use the SQLAlchemy abstraction layer to make the app database agnostic, leaving the database choice for deployment time. Examples of using SQLite, PostgreSQL, and DB2 as databases are provided. This tutorial also demonstrates interoperability between a NodeJS SocketIO communication layer and a Python-based web app framework.
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