Python has many remarkable web frameworks to choose from. Sanic is another excellent web framework and one of the first to support async programming. Sanic is built to be able to build fast and run fast. In this episode, we talk to Adam Hopkins, one of the maintainers of the Sanic web framework. We discuss the following […]
Python Web Frameworks
Last night I received an email about a new Python-related Kickstarter. The Real Python crew added a new author to write a book entirely about Django 1.6. This is a subject that I keep meaning to get into and haven’t had the opportunity to do so. Hopefully by backing this project, I’ll finally learn Django.
In this article we will be taking the code from the previous article on Bottle and changing it such that it uses SQLAlchemy instead of just normal SQLite code. This will require you to download the bottle-sqlalchemy package from PyPI. You can also install it using “pip install bottle-sqlalchemy”, assuming you have pip installed. You
Python has lots of web frameworks. Bottle is one of them and is considered a WSGI Framework. It’s also sometimes called a “micro-framework”, probably because Bottle consists of just one Python file and has no dependencies besides Python itself. I’ve been trying to learn it and I was using the official Todo-list tutorial on their
I haven’t done a weekly round-up of Python links because no one seemed to really care when I was doing those. However I thought I’d give it one more try and see if there was any interest this time around. This past week, I finished reading my first web2py cookbook. I’m told there’s another book
TurboGears is one of several web frameworks for Python that are available. The most popular by far is Django. Where I work, we chose TurboGears because of its integration with SQLAlchemy which supports composite keys. At that time, Django did not support that feature and I am not sure if it does yet. Anyway, I
This week’s Python news covers new modules, updates to old modules, a newish Python Magazine (no, not that one!), an update on what’s going on with the new wxPython and more! “TurboGears Joins the Pylons Project” (Alt title: TurboGears Becomes TurboPyramid). I think the title says it all…and no, they didn’t really rename the project.