The PyAMF team is proud to announce a new release of PyAMF, a lightweight library that allows Flash and Python applications to communicate via Adobe’s ActionScript Message Format.
Lots of changes for this one, a brief overview:
- A new C extension to
pyamf.amf3. This is a work in progress and using Cython more sections of the library will be moved to C as they are identified. Thanks to Gerard Escalante.
- An adapter for SQLAlchemy is available, allowing object graphs to be easily encoded. See the wiki for more information. Thanks to Dave Thompson and Michael Van Tellingen.
- Improvements to the Google App Engine adapter to allow datastore objects to be easily encoded/decoded.
For a detailed list of changes, see the change log.
This is a release candidate so depending on feedback, 0.4 final will be available in a few days.
Happy New Year,
The PyAMF team
Posted by Nick Joyce | Filed under cpyamf
There are two parts to PyAMF: the core AMF encoder and decoder, and the >gateway remoting for transporting data between a server and a client.
Currently both parts are written in pure Python but the idea is to create a C version of the AMF encoder/decoder that can be used as a dropin which will increase performance significantly.