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Jon Wayne Parrott
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Programmer, Buddhist, Indoor Enthusiast.
Programmer, Buddhist, Indoor Enthusiast.

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Wrote this over the weekend to help me deal with list-like views in AngularJS applications. https://github.com/jonparrott/Eydis-List

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Ferris 3 alpha is available today. It's a toolkit for Google App Engine Python with special attention on Cloud Endpoints. You can use Ferris' utilities with any web framework. It's open-source and we're looking forward to hearing feedback!

Checkout the announcement and resources here:  http://blog.jonparrott.com/ferris-3-alpha-release/

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Ferris 3 alpha is now available. Ferris is now a general-purpose toolkit that can be used with any framework, so if you're working with search, caching, google apis, you should check it out. Additionally, Ferris has a lot of interesting tooling around Cloud Endpoints that is absolutely worth checking out. Looking forward to your thoughts and feedback!

http://blog.jonparrott.com/ferris-3-alpha-release/

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Ferris 3 alpha is now available and I'm excited to hear thoughts and feedback from the App Engine and Cloud Platform community. Read the announcement and find resources here: http://blog.jonparrott.com/ferris-3-alpha-release/

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Ferris 3 is officially in alpha and we're taking a radically different approach. It's a toolkit first and foremost, and here's an example of using ferris 3 within a flask application.

https://github.com/jonparrott/flask-ferris-example

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An incredibly powerful and robust set of tools for multiplatform game and graphics development.

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Blog: how app engine isn't always the best choice and how the Google Cloud Platform can fill the gaps.

http://blog.jonparrott.com/app-engine-is-the-wrong-hammer/

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Hey guys, I wrote an article on how to handle third-party dependencies in your app engine applications. Hope you find it useful!

http://blog.jonparrott.com/managing-vendored-packages-on-app-engine/

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Working with Google App Engine and third-party packages? Here's my guide on how to make it work without pulling your hair out.

http://blog.jonparrott.com/managing-vendored-packages-on-app-engine/
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