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I downloaded python and google apps so that I could learn to create applications. I have a Windows 7 computer. It appears that Google apps didn't load correctly. It couldn't find python and said I was missing "app engine sdk." Any thoughts how I can solve this?

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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what app you want to create?
for android apps you need to download eclipse or use mit appinventor easy peasy?
@happybee Appengine is web stuff, not Android.

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Did you try it inside the development environment? https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/python/gettingstartedpython27/introduction
yes I heard that too. Like hosting your web in a sandbox stuff and use it efficiently right
I'm just learning programming, and for my first task, I'm supposed to be able to "print" hello world. I just added "c:\python27" to my path in the control panel and google apps seems to be working. (maybe that took care of my earlier problem?) But "hello world" doesn't appear when I type "localhost:10081". I get an error screen. I'm taking a look at the link you provided. Thanks.
Well, something is definitely wrong. I just went to my files and I can't open "app.yaml". Windows doesn't recognize the extension. And python blinks on and off when I click on "main.py" and 'main.pyc". I did download google app from the python chart, so I think I'm in the right environment. But, I guess I'm still missing something.
if you are using win7 and have installed python, why don't you just use IDLE? It is (should have been) part of the Python install.
did you follow these instructions? https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/python/gettingstartedpython27/devenvironment
@bwCA Probably because the appengine tools rquire a server to run. The dev kit comes with a test server. Learning Python and Appengine are close cousins. Appengine runs on Python, but in a web environment.

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