web Develop question

gerkarcher at gmail.com gerkarcher at gmail.com
Thu Jun 29 02:31:25 CEST 2006


Dear Luis ,

Thanks for your kindly answer , so you say that installing mod_python
and a template like chetaah or dyango I can do like as I do with php
and Apache ?

< ?
    print........
?>


Thanks ,
regards
Richard





Luis M. González ha escrito:

> gerkarcher at gmail.com wrote:
> > hi guys ,
> >
> > I' m new to python ...and I would like to ask you , wich is the best
> > template for developing dinamic generated pages using python ?
> >
> > I would like to use something easy to install and develop like php <?
> >    ? > tags  and with a lots of features .
> >
> > thanks in advance and sorry for this silly question .
> >
> > regards,
> >
> > richard
>
> I suppose you're asking about frameworks.
> There are many to choose from. There are two that are getting a lot of
> attention lately: Django and Turbogears, but it seems there are as many
> options as developers out there...
> If you're running your own server, you can choose anyone.
> The real problem is finding a shared hosting service with the option of
> your choice (at an affordable price).
>
> I am very comfortable with bare-bones mod_python. Mod_python is a
> module that embeds the python interpreter into Apache (a la php). It is
> not a framework (what's more, many frameworks rely on mod_python), but
> it gives you many facilities for web development.
>
> I find specially handy its publisher handle, which lets you match urls
> to pages.
> It can be complemented with a template system, like Cheetah (very good)
> or its own PSP (python server pages implementation) as a template
> system.
> It also gives you the best performance (as far as I know, please
> correct me if I'm wrong).
> 
> Luis




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