[Baypiggies] request for opinions re python-web server-database
jim at systemateka.com
Mon Apr 14 19:35:50 CEST 2014
Big thanks to all of you.
T.Dr.'s project is closest to mine:
single user on a local computer, small data set,
high security needs: a matter of using a browser
for data input and data reports along with a
requirement to copy encrypted files occasionally
to some external media for transport to some
other, similar system.
I'm gonna try CherryPy and SQLite (and
maybe Mako if need be).
More thanks to all.
On 04/14/2014 10:17 AM, The Doctor wrote:
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> On 04/12/2014 12:03 PM, jim wrote:
>> Go opinions on a good, lean web server and a compatible python
>> module and rdbms system?
> For a project a couple of years ago, I based it upon CherryPy for the
> web framework, Mako for HTML templating, and SQLite as the back-end
> datastore. I didn't bother configuring a web server to proxy for it,
> it was designed to be accessible from the local host only. It was
> designed for a very small number of people to interact with at once so
> I don't know how much stress it could really handle.
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