Pylons Web Framework
The Pylons web framework is designed for building web applications and sites in an easy and concise manner. They can range from as small as a single Python module, to a substantial directory layout for larger and more complex web applications.
Pylons comes with project templates that help boot-strap a new web application project, or you can start from scratch and set things up exactly as desired.
Example Hello World
from paste.httpserver import serve from pylons import Configurator, Response
- class Hello(object):
- def __init__(self, request):
self.request = request
- def index(self):
return Response(body=”Hello World!”)
- if __name__ == ‘__main__’:
config = Configurator() config.begin() config.add_handler(‘home’, ‘/’, handler=Hello, action=’index’) config.end() serve(config.make_wsgi_app(), host=’0.0.0.0’)
A framework to make writing web applications in Python easy
Utilizes a minimalist, component-based philosophy that makes it easy to expand on
Harness existing knowledge about Python
Extensible application design
Fast and efficient, an incredibly small per-request call-stack providing top performance
Uses existing and well tested Python packages
Pylons 1.0 series is stable and production ready. The Pylons Project now maintains the Pyramid web framework for future development. Pylons 1.0 users should strongly consider using it for their next project.
Download and Installation
Pylons can be installed with Easy Install by typing:
> easy_install Pylons
Dependant packages are automatically installed from the Pylons download page .
Pylons development uses the Mercuial distributed version control system (DVCS) with BitBucket hosting the main repository here:
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