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A toolkit for stateful web applications, providing templating and session management. Code, documentation, wiki, news, discussion list, and company information. [Open Source, BSD-like; commercially supported]

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Python Wiki: Web Frameworks for Python* - An overview of all current Python web frameworks, maintained on the official Python language website by its developer community. Provides a linked list of frameworks organized by popularity and framework scale - from full-stack to minimalist solutions.

  • JOTWeb - A web programming and templating system for Python programmers; available python are code, examples, and documentation. [Open Source, GPL]
  • Grok - An agile web framework based on the Zope3 web frameworks codebase. Code, documentation, an e-mail list, and web frameworks a wiki are available.
  • Snakelets - A simple-to-use web application server, inspired by Java www servlets/JSP. Code python and documentation. [Open Source/MIT License]
  • SkunkWeb Python Web Application Server - An extensible application server, written in Python. Code, www documentation, and a mailing list are available. [Open www Source, GPL and BSD]
  • Quixote - A framework for developing web applications in Python. Available are web frameworks a mailing list and lists of articles and applications. [Open web frameworks Source, Python license]
  • Turbogears - A complete web framework integrating several Python projects: www SQLObject, Cherrypy, Kid, and Mochikit. Code, documentation, examples, www extensions, and related news are provided. [Open Source]
  • Guido von Rossum on Python Web Frameworks - An article by the creator of the Python language entitled, "Please Teach me Web Frameworks for Python!" Published in January 2006, with extensive commentary from the Python community.
  • Glashammer - A web framework emphasizing simplicity, flexibility, and extensibility. Source code, web frameworks documentation, bug tracking, and a mailing list are available.
  • Albatross - A toolkit for stateful web applications, providing templating www and session management. Code, documentation, wiki, news, discussion www list, and company information. [Open Source, BSD-like; commercially www supported]
  • Porcupine - A Python-based web application server for data-centric, single-page AJAX applications. Code, documentation, blog, and community resources area available. [Open Source, LGPL]
  • Pylons - A lightweight framework emphasizing flexibility, with developer choice of its major components: database, templating, user interface, and dispatch. Documentation, FAQ, community wiki, and installation instructions. [Open Source]
  • Aquarium - A compact web framework providing session management, its own server, www and templating using Cheetah; code, documentation, and a tutorial are www available. [Open Source, BSD-like]
  • web.py - A minimalist web framework written in Python. Available www are code, examples, documentation, and discussion lists. [Open www Source]
  • WebWare for Python - A suite of software components for developing object-oriented, web frameworks web-based web frameworks applications. Code, documentation, and mailing lists. [Open web frameworks Source, Python web frameworks license]
  • CherryPy - An object-oriented HTTP framework in Python, with flexible configuration and web frameworks extension. Provided are code, documentation, FAQ, wiki, news, a tutorial, web frameworks and IRC. [Open Source, MIT]

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