This is where you'll find the example code for the book, and links to other resources.
All of the code examples featured in the book are available in a Github repository:
You can clone the Github repository using the following command:
git clone https://github.com/dansanderson/pgae-examples.git
Talks I've given on App Engine that you can watch online:
- Introducing Google App Engine. May 15, 2012.
- Python for Google App Engine. June 14, 2012.
- Data Modeling for Google App Engine using Python and ndb. October 9, 2012.
- Building developers.google.com on App Engine. Google I/O 2013, May 16, 2013.
- Platforms in the Cloud. (Video not available.) December 4, 2014.
- Building Scalable Web Apps with Python and Google Cloud Platform. April 21, 2015.
These chapters were removed from previous editions of the book, but may be useful if your app still uses these features. Caveat: This material is offered as is, may be out of date, and will not be updated or supported.
- Data Modeling with Python and ext.db (from the 2nd ed., 2012)
- Large Data and the Blobstore (from the 2nd ed., 2012)
- Bulk Data Operations and Remote Access (from the 1st ed., 2010)
Some useful things to download for App Engine developers, from other places:
Google Cloud SDK
Google Cloud SDK includes everything you need to develop and deploy applications for Google Cloud Platform, including App Engine, Compute Engine, Cloud Storage, Cloud SQL, and more. With the
gcloud command-line multitool, you can install and update SDK components, and access many useful features. Available for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
You can also download the App Engine SDK directly.
Even if you're not using Python for your application code, you will need to install Python 2.7 (not 3.x) to use many of these tools.
Python. Be sure to get the latest Python 2.7.x release (not 3.x) to ensure your app will be compatible with App Engine's Python 2.7 runtime environment.
Java. App Engine uses Java EE 7, so you'll want Java EE JDK 7 for your platform.
PHP, version 5.4.
The App Engine SDK for Go includes the Go compiler and libraries. See the Go website for documentation and standalone downloads.
PyCharm, a commercial Python IDE with built-in support for Django development and App Engine deployment.