flebber.crue at gmail.com
Mon Oct 19 05:58:35 CEST 2009
On Oct 19, 10:01 am, flebber <flebber.c... at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have been searching through the vast array of python frameworkshttp://wiki.python.org/moin/WebFrameworksand its quite astounding the
> choice available.
> I am looking at using a web framework for my personal project which
> isn't actually aimed at developing a website as such. However I deduce
> that rather than creating a gui application and screen input for data,
> I can use a web browser for this and have a great array of tools to
> format input screens and output display formats.
> Since I will be retreiving information from several websites (usually
> csv files) formatting them and submitting them to a database and
> creating queries and printouts based on them most frameworks seem to
> handle this basically with ease and for any complex queries most
> support SqlAlchemy.
> Is it simply a case of just picking one and starting and I would find
> it hard to be dissapointed or is there a few special considerations to
> make, though I am unsure what they are?
> Most obvious ones I am considering are Django (Of course), Pylons
> includes SqlAlchemy, Sql Object and templating and I here turbogears
> plans to sit on top of this platform. Zope I am considering but I am a
> little confused by this. The are heaps of others but not sure how to
> narrow the selection criteria.
> How/Why woul you split Django and Pylons let alone the others?
> Database likely to be MySQl
I guess what makes it so interesting is that there appear to be so man
high quality options. Its astounding.
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