Python frameworks — what do I use?

There are many Python frameworks available today. Choosing the right one can be overwhelming. This article provides an overview of some of the most popular Python frameworks.

The first framework is Flask. Flask is a microframework for Python. It is designed for creating small, fast web applications. Flask is perfect for prototyping and for small applications.

The second framework is Django. Django is a full-featured framework. It is designed for creating large, complex web applications. Django is perfect for organizations that need a reliable framework that can handle a lot of traffic.

The third framework is Pyramid. Pyramid is a small, lightweight framework. It is designed for creating web applications with a specific structure. Pyramid is perfect for organizations that want more control over their web applications.

The fourth framework is TurboGears. TurboGears is a full-featured framework. It is designed for creating web applications with a Model-View-Controller (MVC) structure. TurboGears is perfect for organizations that need a reliable framework that can handle a lot of traffic.

The fifth framework is web2py. web2py is a full-featured framework. It is designed for creating web applications with a Model-View-Controller (MVC) structure. web2py is perfect for organizations that need a reliable framework that can handle a lot of traffic.

Looking at google trends, we have one issue related to pyramid as it is a common search term also. Flask and Django are dominating the trends:

In a future article we’ll look at more data about jobs and people listing these framework part of their professional profile.

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