Web application framework. Which one?

Remi Delon remi at cherrypy.org
Thu Aug 29 09:06:54 CEST 2002


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Remi.

"Mahesh Padmanabhan" <news at nospam.eml.cc> a écrit dans le message de news:
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> Hi,
>
> I love programming in Python. I came across a golden opportunity to
> develop a web site where I get to choose the technology.
>
> I was thinking of using a combination of Apache, Python and
> PostgreSQL.
>
> I know that choice is good, but I seem to have too many of them with
> regards to a web development framework using Python!
>
> I am hoping that people with real world experience could help me out
> in choosing the correct combination in terms of my needs for:
>
> Stability/Reliability, Speed, Scalability and Ease of Development
> (strictly in that order).
>
> This project has a tight deadline of about 3 months.
>
> This site will get maybe 10-20 simultaneous hits but that number could
> rise exponentially based on popularity.
>
> I have come across the following options and I don't know much about
> them. Maybe there are more:
>
> 1) Zope
> 2) Webware
> 3) Skunkweb
> 4) mod_python ( not really a web framework )
> 5) Quixote
>
> Any help would be appreciated.
>
> --
> Mahesh Padmanabhan
>
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