Python web frameworks
Posted: Tuesday, January 31, 2006
Updated: Wednesday, February 8, 2006
Now after two posts about Guido's quest for the Right Web Framework (1st, 2nd) I am starting to feel like his relay station. But I want to share his comment made in Matt's blog post on Python web framework shootout:
Why criticize Django for claiming to be the best? Nobody has denied it, and yet it's criticized as if it were somehow unethical. Frankly, the problem is that there are too many Python web frameworks and wannabees, and if we don't start some kind of shootout, however subjective, we'll never get to market dominance of a few good ones. I'm not saying Django is already the winner -- but we are looking for a winner (or, more likely, a small set of winners) so future developers looking for a Pythonic solution only have to compare a small number of options, all mature, feature-rich, well-supported etc., rather than having to sift through 80+ half-baked solutions.
I think it sums up nicely the current state of affairs, and explains why Ruby on Rails is more popular than any of Python web frameworks..
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