Suggestion Reqd for Designing a Website in Python

Ritesh Nadhani riteshn at
Sat Feb 26 21:37:54 CET 2011

I would look into Flask or Pyramid.

Just my $0.02.

On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 7:03 AM, Daniel Fetchinson
<fetchinson at> wrote:
>>> >I have developed one big Machine Learning software a Machine
>>> >Translation system in Python.
>>> >Now, I am thinking to make a User Interface of it and upload it in a
>>> >web site.
>>> Do you mean you want people to download this from a web site as an
>>> executable, and then run it locally on their computers?  Or do you mean
>>> you
>>> want people to use this as a web site, using their web browsers?  The
>>> answers are very different.
>>> >My questions are:
>>> >(i) For Designing an interface I am choosing Tkinter. Is it fine?
>>> >(ii) How to connect this interface with my Tkinter based interface -
>>> >should I have to recode the whole system?
>>> >(iii) After designing I want to upload now how to do the server side
>>> >scripting?
>>> Question (i) implies that you want the first option (download an
>>> executable
>>> and run it).  Question (iii) implies the second (that you want your app to
>>> run on a web server so people use it through your browser).  Please
>>> clarify.
>>> --
>>> Tim Roberts, t... at
>>> Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.
>> Thank you for your kind reply.
>> I want to design an interface like Google Translate. So that users can
>> paste text (of any length)-or may browse files which can be uploaded,
>> and one user interface for filling up form, so that attached files
>> after translation may be sent back to the given e-mail id as an
>> attached file(.pdf/.txt).
>> Best Regards,
>> Subhabrata.
> In this case you are looking for a web application framework. There
> are many written in python, a good place to start would be:
> My personal opinion is that the 3 top frameworks to consider are: (1)
> django (2) turbogears (3) web2py. You need to decide for yourself
> which one use choose, you may even choose something other than these
> 3, there are tons more.
> Cheers,
> Daniel
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