Newbie: Python 3 and web applications?
gordon at panix.com
Fri Jul 26 16:41:40 CEST 2013
In <kstdma$pir$1 at dont-email.me> Rui Maciel <rui.maciel at gmail.com> writes:
> I'm currently learning Python, and I've been focusing on Python3. To try to
> kill two birds with one stone, I would also like to learn the basics of
> writing small web applications.
> These web applications don't need to do much more than provide an interface
> to a small database, and they may not even be required to be accessible
> outside of a LAN.
> Does anyone have any tips on what's the best way to start off this
I recommend using a web framework such as Django or Pylons. It's more to
learn, but frameworks handle a ton of low-level details for you and make
web development overall much easier.
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