Jam.py is an event-driven framework for developing database applications:
- Web client-server database applications. The Server side uses Python
- Local desktop applications that use Python, Web.py and PyGTK.
- Desktop client-server applications: The Server side uses Python and
Web.py library, the client side – Python and PyGTK.
The jam.py is an object-oriented, event-driven framework with hierarchical structure. All this, in combination with very tight DB/GUI coupling, is the bases for the DRY (don’t repeat yourself) principle that is underlying the framework. So just several hundred lines of code is enough to create quite complex database applications (See Demo application).
Delphi style database table data handling on the server and the client, data – interface controls linking, powerfull visual iterface controls, band oriented report generation based on OpenOffice templates and many other features make the framework flexible and powerful.
Jam.py has user authentication that provides a secure way to manage user accounts and passwords. As well as permissions and roles sucurity functions that gives administrator to limit fuctionality of the different categories of users.