Tag Archive > google app engine

Manso Hack: Speedup Google App Engine SDK SQLite Database

I was trying to initialize a local database using the Google App Engine SDK, and I was going crazy. –use_sqlite parameter was not even solving my problem. Inserts on the database were really slow, like 10 per second. A nightmare. OK, ok, it is an SDK, it emulates the server… it is intended to be […]

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Google App Engine SDK 1.4.0 released

The version 1.4.0 of Google App Engine SDK has been released. I would highlight 3 things on this release: The taskqueues are now part of the official API, they are not experimental anymore 😉 They have multiplied by 20 the maximum time of execution on cron tasks and task queues. From 30 seconds to 600 […]

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[SOLVED] Add Unique Constraints to Google App Engine databases

The problem: Google App Engine rules! The truth is that I’m starting to feel confortable programming in Python, although I still like the curly braces to indentate. Anyway, the datastore used by Google is superpowerful and supersimple to use, but it has some limitations. With the App Engine SDK you can easily say which attributes […]

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Max URL (or GET) length in Google App Engine

I’ve done some tests in order to evaluate what is the maximum length of a URL that the different browsers can handle, and I ended up with a restriction on the server-side. According to the tests I’ve been doing, the maximum length of a URL in Google App Engine is 2048 characters. So, if you […]

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GeoIP in Google App Engine

It is surprising to me that Google does not offer any service or method in Google App Engine to get the geographic location from a IP. This is something they have in tons of products, and offering this will be something really simple to do for them. I don’t see why they are not offering […]

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Running Google App Engine in Ubuntu 10.4 Lucid Lynx

It is not new, it always happens the same to me. After I update my computer to the latest version of Ubuntu (in this case version 10.4) I always have to spend a couple of days reconfiguring things or reinstalling packages. The thing is that right now I am developing an application using Google App […]

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