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Web Application Framework for Python

Post by ArgentPyro on Fri Mar 20, 2009 4:22 pm
([msg=20261]see Web Application Framework for Python[/msg])

I've been looking into web application frameworks lately, and I was wondering if anyone has any opinions on which is best for Python? To name a few, there are web2py, pylons, and TurboGears. Any opinions on which is the best to use?
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Re: Web Application Framework for Python

Post by tgoe on Tue Mar 24, 2009 9:49 pm
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I've only written a few basic web apps -- clones of shitty games :roll: -- and I'm not sure if what I use
is considered a Web Application Framework.. but I like CherryPy + Jinja. IMHO, together, they are the simplest
and fastest route to a working web app.
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