Very similar to this question, except that the answer is not suitable.
I populate a table from a datastore query, then there is a link allowing the user to delete a specific row. Clicking the link goes to a url that deletes the row from the datastore then redirects back to the table.
Changes more often than not aren't shown in the table until reloading again.
The answer is with ancestor queries. https://cloud.google.com/appengine/docs/python/datastore/queries#Python_Ancestor_queries
Create the entities with a parent. When one of the entities is deleted, you can run an ancestor query for your table list view which will have strong consistency when data is changed.
Example ancestor query:
tom = Person(key_name='Tom') photo_query = Photo.all() photo_query.ancestor(tom)