Promoting Python as web application development language
remi at cherrypy.org
Tue Aug 27 17:25:18 CEST 2002
> well, zope is not exactly pythonic. it has things going for
> it, but thinking of zope as a platform to write python
> software for the web does not work very well imho.
I totally agree
> i suggest you look into quixote, webware or skunkweb. quixote appeals
> to me most, but i have not done web development after discovering it
> some time ago. i almost look forward to it now :)
You can also look into CherryPy. It's a bit different from all the other
It'll let you write your website in an object-oriented way, just like any
regular python app.
And yes, it is stable and it has been used in production for almost a year
on a big, fast, high-traffic website.
BTW, it will let you write several lines of python code within HTML
templates and it will indent the block correctly (provided that your lines
are correctly indented within the block).
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