Join Joseph Lowery for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with images, style sheets, and other static files, part of Google App Engine Essential Training.
- Web apps, just like other networked…served pages from the Internet,…are generally a mix of core code…and external files such as CSS style sheets and images.…In this lesson I'll show you how to incorporate…such entities, referred to as static files, into your app.…There are a number of techniques…for doing this, and we'll cover two.…To get underway, I'm going to go to Finder…and I'm going to copy a folder from my Exercise Files.…So let me open up Exercise Files and drill down…to Chapter 3 > 03_03 > Start folder,…and we're going to copy the test-ae-02 folder.…
And then open up ae-php, where I'm housing all…of my php applications, and paste that in.…Okay, now let's add the app to the Launcher.…So I'll bring open my Google App Engine Launcher…and then choose File, Add Existing Application,…Browse to that folder, click Choose, and Add.…Now let's Run it.…And then you'll need to select it in order…to activate the other buttons: Stop, Browse, et cetera.…
So now that that's done, I can click Browse.…And as you can see, the main.php file…
- Understanding the Google App Engine
- Using the Google Cloud Console
- Setting App Engine services
- Coding your app
- Working with images, style sheets, and other static files
- Incorporating HTML templates
- Uploading and deploying your app
- Implementing Google Cloud Storage
- Setting up a custom domain
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introduction to Google App Engine
2. Exploring App Engine
Trying out App Engine9m 34s
3. Developing with PHP and App Engine
4. Working with Python and App Engine
5. Implementing App Engine Storage
6. Managing Your Project
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