JP Vossen on 7 May 2015 14:29:01 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] Questions re: Ansible and web2py

On 05/07/2015 01:15 PM, Victor wrote:
>> Second, anyone ever play with
>> It sounds really neat and I was able to get a trivial prototype for a
>> simple project up and running in less than an hour.
> I had not tried web2py when evaluating Python web frameworks, but it
> looks very similar to Flask. I've been learning Flask
> ( which has some of the best documentation
> I've ever read and is a "micro-framework" that stays out of your way
> so you can do what you want. This micro-framework philosophy worked a
> lot better for my projects than Django or Turbogears.

Yup, Flask came up elsewhere too.  I will take a closer look at it as
well then, time permitting.  I've been quite impressed with the docs for
web2py, including a full 600+ page book on-line and in PDF.  But I can't
(yet) compare them to Flask.

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