In the past week I learned Flask, a very young and promising python framework. I have already learned Django, Cherrypy, Web2Py and TurboGears.
Anyway, if you are planning a medium sized project, I like to suggest you Flask, because of these feature:
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Do you want develop web applications in a fast, prototype based way using Python?
Follow us and learn how to use web2py….
Step 1: Python 2.6 proper setup
On Linux be sure to install sqlite development library; the following command will help on RedHat:
sudo apt-get install sqlite-devel
for the yum variant see here http://stackoverflow.com/questions/233320/cannot-import-sqlite-with-python-2-6
Install python 2.6, this will avoid the need of additional libraries.
You will also need openssl, so if you haven’t it issue commands like
sudo apt-get install openssl
and be sure to get also the python wrapper pyOpenSSL hosted here
We happly compiled pyOpenSSL from sources
For more tips and tricks look also at this recipe about Apache Setup, if you need it.
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At Gioorgi.com we have used plenty of web frameworks.
Giovanni Giorgi used Seaside, a lot of PHP frameworks, Java Struts, RubyOnRails, and Python Django.
We have started to look for Web2Py, a compact, easy to learn python web framework.
From the most notable feature, it runs also on Google App Engine.
Written by an Italian University professor for teaching web development, spots a very clean design, and a robust security infrastructure.
We suggest it because installation (and upgrading) is a snap.
Let’s take a look to it…
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