[Grok-dev] New to frameworks. General questions.

Sebastian Ware sebastian at urbantalk.se
Sun Oct 25 12:54:48 EDT 2009

Python is an excellent choice, but to be fair, if you are only doing a  
one-off project I think you might want to use a simpler framework than  
Grok for your portal. One that delivers more automagically for you.  
Check out django, turbo gears and pylons.

Mvh Sebastian

On 24 okt 2009, at 21.33, Luup wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm planning to develope small web portal thingy for practice and I  
> thought
> that it would be neat to use python instead of php which led me to
> frameworks and grok, but that decision raises few questions also.
> I mean I'm used to system where I have web server that 'serves'  
> dynamic and
> static content to users just by putting my code snippets to my web
> directory, but skimming through grok tutorial I see that I loose the  
> need
> for seperate web server, or do I? Should I serve static content using
> apache/nginx/lighttpd and how should one go integrating framework with
> another server.
> I would be very grateful if someone could point me to some general  
> reading
> about using web frameworks.
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