[Tutor] web.py vs webwareforpython

OkaMthembo zebra05 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 21 17:45:58 CET 2008

Thanks, Alan.

Django was the first Python framework i ever considered. I had a perception
that it was biased towards the publishing industry - then again,
experiencewise im in no position to make the judgement.

Lloyd Dube
On Thu, Feb 21, 2008 at 6:34 PM, Alan Gauld <alan.gauld at btinternet.com>

> "OkaMthembo" <zebra05 at gmail.com> wrote
> > I am just very curious as to which python web framework will
> > ultimately be
> > the best to work with; and i dont want to waste time trying if some
> > arent
> > worth the trouble.
> I think that may be why Kent asked his question, since neither
> webware nor web.py are the dominant Python web
> frameworks as far as I can tell.
> If I was a gambling man my money would currently be on
> Django, mainly because my personal favourite TurboGears
> seems to have had a strategic stumble and lost clarity somewhat.
> But there are so many web frameworks for Python that it's
> a very difficult question to answer. Fortunately almost all
> web frameworks work in similar underlying ways so moving
> from one to the other is not as difficult as moving betweeen
> GUI tookits, say.
> Alan G.
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Lloyd Dube
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