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Re: [python-189] Python For Beginners

From: Matt B.
Sent on: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 3:36 PM
On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 06:31:16PM -0500, Christopher Allen wrote:
>    I would recommend Flask or Django if somebody wants to learn how to do web
>    dev in Python but doesn't know where to look. Web2py doesn't have much of
>    a community. Django, Flask, Pyramid, and Pylons are all more popular with
>    better community support.

Django / Pyramid are way too complicated for an hour or two session - Pylons is
in maintenance mode - not active development anymore.  Flask or Bottle are nice
simple frameworks for building simple little toy apps which would seem to fit
the scope of this sort of course.


Matt Billenstein
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