[Grok-dev] New to frameworks. General questions.
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.
On 24 okt 2009, at 21.33, Luup wrote:
> I'm planning to develope small web portal thingy for practice and I
> 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
> 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
> about using web frameworks.
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