[python-uk] Londoners - interested by a pyramid meetup?

Matt Hamilton matth at netsight.co.uk
Thu Apr 4 11:47:38 CEST 2013

...and it was written by some of the original brains behind Zope. So it has a lot of experiences learnt from the good and bad things from the Zope world. Eg if you want to (but you don't have to) you can use ZPT, the ZODB, and ZCML with Pyramid natively. Conversely you could use Mako, SqlAlchemy etc if that is more appropriate. You can dispatch via routes and regex matches on URLs or you can do object traversal. Whichever works for you. 

As with two years ago in San Francisco, there will be a dedicated Pyramid track at the Plone Conference in Brazil later this year. 


On 3 Apr 2013, at 08:21 PM, Rachid Belaid <rachid.belaid at gmail.com> wrote:

> For extra info, pyramid was previously called repoze.bfg but they decided with guys of pylons to merge their effort into a new branded version called pyramid... 
> It s not a battery included framework as Django but for me that's the benefit of it when you try to build so type of web product.
> Some links about pyramid key features:
> http://www.pylonsproject.org/projects/pyramid/about
> But mainly pyramid is a not opinionated frameworks which don't expect you to use any specific structure, session engine , orm, or template language but let you make your choice and extend it to fit your need.
> On Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 6:47 PM, Simon Yarde <simonyarde at me.com> wrote:
>> The Pylons team were responsible for Pylons (the older web framework) which is still maintained and active, whilst many people have now moved over to Pyramid, the newer web framework also developed by the Pylons team.
>> This is what you need:
>> http://docs.pylonsproject.org/en/latest/docs/pyramid.html
>> I spend about a year evaluating and developing with Pyramid (commercially) but eventually moved to a bespoke web framework solution — but this was less to do with Pyramid and more to do with needing not to be tied into *any* framework.
>> S
>> On 3 Apr 2013, at 17:26, Jon Ribbens wrote:
>> > On Wed, Apr 03, 2013 at 11:23:17AM +0100, Rachid Belaid wrote:
>> >>   In the last year, I have been doing more and more [1]pyramid project and
>> >>   adding this framework to my Flask, Django toolbelt.
>> >>   I have no idea if there is any others pyramid fan or people doing some
>> >>   [2]pyramid in London or even people interested into learning it.
>> >
>> > I must admit I've never heard of it; and after visiting the web site
>> > I still have no real idea what it is. The site appears to be
>> > advertising two different (competing?) web frameworks, of which
>> > "Pylons" appears to be the name of the older software but also the
>> > name of the newer project? The only paragraph of content on the
>> > front page says "Pylons" three times but it appears that "Pylons"
>> > is not the thing you should download? This appears a bit bonkers.
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