Which Python web framework is most like Ruby on Rails?
aleax at mail.comcast.net
Fri Dec 16 04:17:20 CET 2005
chuck <cmedcoff at gmail.com> wrote:
> > People keep talking about Python's wealth of web frameworks as if it
> > were a bad thing.
> I disagree somewhat. While variety and choice are nice, sometimes
> having too many choices may inhibit people from trying the language
> because they don't know where to start in terms of framworks. Maybe
> I'm wrong but if there is an element of truth what I suggest then that
> would be a terrible shame since Python is such a great language.
> Python's popularity might improve if there were a bit more unity within
> the Python community with regards to (web) frameworks.
I agree with chuck. I've seen excellent programmers explain why for
some urgent problem they chose Ruby on Rails rather than Java or Python:
Ruby has ONE web framework (that matters), so the choice was finished
there; to evaluate properly 50 frameworks for Java or 20 for Python
would have taken weeks or months...
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