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Un nouveau framework web python: le framework « Gluon »

Posted by patrick sur octobre 5, 2007

Une nouvelle arrivée sur la liste WebSig (http://www.python.org/sigs/web-sig) sous le titre « NOOO! Another web framework »

please do not shoot me! I know you don’t think you need a new web framework but please give me the benefit of the doubt (I teach a class on Web Frameworks at DePaul University):


here are some unique features:
1) full web based development, deployment and management of applications, no more shell commands (unless you want them)
2) built-in ticketing system to report bugs to administrator (not to the users, ever)
3) can compile applciations to byte-code for speed and distribution in closed source (some people want this)
4) 100% python (including template language).
5) no installation or configuration required. Just download and click. (includes python, web server, sqlite3, administrative interface and examples)
6) everything has a default: you write the model, you get an administrative interface; you write a controller, you get a generic view; etc.
7) The API are stable and there is no plan for a change.

It shares with Django and Turbogears some features: model-view-controller design, form generators and validation, internationalization, ORM, although all code has been written from scratch.

Here is an example application, a CMS to manage groups (members, wikis, blogs, votes, minutes, documents):


Plus de détails ici: http://mdp.cti.depaul.edu/examples/default/index (Acknowledgments

  • This project uses paste.httpserver developed by Ian Bicking. Moreover we learned a lot from his writings on wsgi.
  • Many aspects of its design are inspired to Django, developed by Adrian Holovaty
  • The compilation of the applications would not have been possible without advice provided by Atul Varma
  • We use and include SyntaxHighlighter developed by Google
  • EditArea developed by Christophe Dolivet
  • TinyMCE developed by Moxiecode
  • and SortTable by Stuart Langridge.
  • This project also uses css layouts and images donwloaded from the web. Their authors are acknowledged inside the respective files, if known.)

A consulter:

  • la liste des frameworks  web  python :  http://wiki.python.org/moin/WebFrameworks (« A web application may use a combination of a base HTTP application server, a storage mechanism such as a database, a template engine, a request dispatcher, an authentication module and an AJAX toolkit. These can be individual components or be provided together in a high-level framework. »)

2 Réponses to “Un nouveau framework web python: le framework « Gluon »”

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  2. Massimo said

    a video about it

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