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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.

m

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