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Python Web Frameworks

Does anyone on here have much experience using Python Web Frameworks? I'm pretty comfortable using straight Python, but haven't been able to get my head wrapped around frameworks in general.

I have an on-again-off-again project that has a web component and wanting to get an idea of a useful framework I can try to use instead of going with PHP (my default when it comes to working with web-based stuff).

Ever use any frameworks? Anything good or bad?

Cheers!

3 years ago by idlethreat with 2 comments

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  • jmcs
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    I used several frameworks in the past, but mostly cherrypy, bottle and flask. Nowadays I use mostly flask, but the right choice depends on what you want to do.