Have a look at Albatross (was Re: Server side scripting with PSP)

Karl M. Syring syring at email.com
Wed Jan 2 12:21:57 CET 2002


"Tim Churches" <tchur at optushome.com.au> schrieb
<snip>
> Have a look at Albatross by Object Craft in Melbourne, Australia - it
> sounds like it might be just what you are looking for. It was released
> on Christmas Day, and is still undergoing development, but already it
> appears (to me at least) to be the most elegant of the many Python Web
> app frameworks. And it is well documented. See
> http://www.object-craft.com.au
>
> Disclaimer: I have been working with the Object Craft guys over the last
> 8 months or so on a Web-based epidemiological application, which I hope
> will be ready for release in a few months. It used Albatross'
> predecessor, and now Albatross, to implement its front end with a
> remarkably small amount of code. The back-end is python-based as well,
> of course. Thus, I might be biased, but Albatross looks like seriously
> high quality work to me.

Albatross looks nice as does Webware, but I think both require application
servers. This makes them unsuitable for many uses, as your web site hoster
may not allow permanent processes.

Karl M. Syring






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