just repaired some minor issues this morning on yoosic.com. And in the next days I will be inserting a new flash player for replacing our current mp3-stream solution.
The only possibility I see is using Symfony by remodelling the current MyISAM-DB-Structur in the schema.yml and the generating the model. Afterwards I will be able to create Ajax-Views, which I can access from yoosic to have it replacing current modules…
Do you see a way using Django? I really would like to prefer this!
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I think you could do it with Django if you override the default table/column names, but first we’d have to make the db data consistent :p
Ok, so with this I will be able to access whatever db column I want to? But what to do with the MyISAM… Django and MySQL itself (and InnoDB) is a problem. But MyISAM? Will that work at all?
Is Yoosic still PHP or did you switch to Python?
If you’re going to switch languages to get a good framework in place you’ll want to look at Rails too.
We’re using postgres where I work now and its a lot better than MySQL. Faster, cheaper, clusterable, scalable. It even beats Oracle in some tests.