[BangPypers] Regarding web framework in Python
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Fri Jan 29 19:51:00 CET 2010
Everything you mentioned (apache, graphs etc) is possible in Django, but
I'm wondering whether Django might be too complex for this kind of
application, as you may not need complex url mapping, sessions,
templates and all that functionality.
If the only operation is to access the database and dump some data then
maybe it is better to use WebOb and use sqlalchemy for accessing the
But if you already familiar with Django (or are planning to use this
project to learn it), then I would just go with that.
On 29-Jan-10 2:17 PM, Jins Thomas wrote:
> Hi All,
> Would like to ask one suggestion from bangpypers.
> I have a oracle database in Unix and need to create a web based GUI to
> execute some queries/scripts (via buttons) and save that in csv either in
> Unix or in windows. I was thinking of using Django framework. Btw i'm
> relatively new in python. Woud anybody please suggest whether Django is a
> good candidate for this. I succesfully installed Django and worked with some
> sample codes. Is there any similar framework which is more reccomondable
> than Django. Atleast this time i want to get this done with python. Many
> times i wanted to do things in python for some reason or other reason i was
> forced to use some other technology. I have some doubts like
> 1. Django sample webserver cannot be used when it's mission critical? Will
> this django framework supports apache or tomcat servers.
> 2. Certain query results i would like to display in graphs. I had mailed
> before asking suggestion for creating charts/bar/pie graphs with python and
> got a good number of suggestions like pychart, pygoogle chart open flash
> etc. I was just thinking how difficult is to integrate these stuffs in
> Django framework. Also couldn't actually finalize a good framework to use
> for creating this graphs. I'm absolutely in confusion which'll be better to
> use. Would anybody suggest what's the usual thought process in taking
> decisions like this.
> Thanks alot
> Jins Thomas
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