[FRPythoneers] ython, Twisted.Web and Quixote's PTL

Dhruva B. Reddy bdhruva at gmx.net
Fri Jun 4 10:41:24 MDT 2004

Another framework for Python-powered websites is Albatross
(http://www.object-craft.com.au/projects/albatross/).  Used it a couple
of years ago on a project--at the time I felt it was more conducive to
separating presentation and app logic than pure JSP (the only other web
app tool/framework with which I had worked at the time).

Has a few nice SGML-type tags to make presentation logic easier.


On Mon, 31 May 2004 at 16:13 -0600, Sean Reifschneider soliloquized thusly:
> On Sat, May 29, 2004 at 07:29:16AM -0600, Craig H. Anderson wrote:
> >in about 1 hour.  When I find the time or need I plan to
> >explore building web apps with twisted,twisted.web and
> >Quixote/PTL driven HTML. 
> There's also Woven and Nevow that you might want to look at.  Nevow
> seems to be the new way the twisted folks are going...
> >My assumption has been that separating code and html
> >to facilitate code expert/html expert indepenence was
> >a good thing.  JOTWeb is something I plan to try out
> >in that regard. 
> Having code and HTML split out has worked really well for me in JOTWeb.
> Sean
> -- 
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> Sean Reifschneider, Member of Technical Staff <jafo at tummy.com>
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