[Tutor] What web framework?

زياد بن زياد بن
Tue Jan 29 12:48:48 CET 2008

On Mon, 2008-01-28 at 16:35 -0800, Terry Carroll wrote:
> - this application will be query-only; no updating, adding or deleting.
> - the database is SQLite.
> - security and authentication are not important; there's no private data 
>   here, I'm the only user, and I'm firewalled. If a particular framework
>   has security features, I'll use them, but I don't see them as important.
>   (Famous last words.)
> I'd like something that doesn't take forever to get up to speed on, but
> that isn't short on features.  Although this is the only framework project
> I see in the immediate future, I can imagine I might want to do another
> project sometime in the future.  I really want to be framework-monogamous
> here: I don't program for a living, and getting up to speed on a framework
> seems like work to me.


About WebPy:
  web.py is a web framework for python that is as simple as it is
  powerful. web.py is in the public domain; you can use it for whatever
  purpose with absolutely no restrictions.


Hope this will help you.

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