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Web App Framework with PostgreSQL + fast + easy

Ben
I'm looking for a web application framework with a good interface to
PostgreSQL.

The app I'm developing is relatively simple, but I'm new to coding, so it
needs to be easy.

What I'm making is a wiki-like system that could be thought of as similar
to MediaWiki, but with each word editable separately - ie. edit locks
would be one word at a time.

Features I need:
* works well with PostgreSQL - fast and powerful with support/awareness
of MVCC
* easy to use
* fast

Features I want:
* flexible options for user accounts, with some reasonable non HTTPS
security
* support for internationalisation.

I am a happy Plone user, but I'm concerned it or even Zope on its
own wouldn't be fast enough as they have a whole lot of functionality I
really don't need and aren't built for a RDBMS.

Ben
Apr 2 '07 #1
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Ben schrieb:
I'm looking for a web application framework with a good interface to
PostgreSQL.
You may check out Django: http://www.djangoproject.com/

Thomas
Apr 2 '07 #2
On 2 avr, 11:23, Ben <shadr...@gmail.comwrote:
I'm looking for a web application framework with a good interface to
PostgreSQL.

The app I'm developing is relatively simple, but I'm new to coding, so it
needs to be easy.

What I'm making is a wiki-like system that could be thought of as similar
to MediaWiki, but with each word editable separately - ie. edit locks
would be one word at a time.

Features I need:
* works well with PostgreSQL - fast and powerful with support/awareness
of MVCC
* easy to use
* fast

Features I want:
* flexible options for user accounts, with some reasonable non HTTPS
security
* support for internationalisation.

I am a happy Plone user, but I'm concerned it or even Zope on its
own wouldn't be fast enough as they have a whole lot of functionality I
really don't need and aren't built for a RDBMS.

Ben
The three leadings Python Web/MVC frameworks are Django, Turbogears
and Pylons. Django is perhaps the most easy to geat started with, but
it's a bit monolithic IMHO. Turbogears and Pylons may be a bit more
complex to get started with, but are also much more flexible. My
personal favorite is Pylons.
Apr 2 '07 #3

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