Python has many popular web frameworks which are as follows:
So let’s have some basic ideas about them
- Django: Django is a web application framework written in Python programming language. It is based on MVT (Model View Template) design pattern. The Django is very demanding due to its rapid development feature. It takes less time to build application after collecting client requirement.
This framework uses a famous tag line:The web framework for perfectionists with deadlines.
By using Django, we can build web applications in very less time. Django is designed in such a manner that it handles much of configure things automatically, so we can focus on application development only.
Flask: Flask is a web framework that provides libraries to build lightweight web applications in python. It is developed by Armin Ronacher who leads an international group of python enthusiasts (POCCO). It is based on WSGI toolkit and jinja2 template engine. Flask is considered as a micro framework.
Pyramid: The Pyramid is an open-source full-stack web framework that aims to reduce as much as the complexity. One of the best advantages of Pyramid is that it can work equally well with small and large-scale applications. Pyramid updates regularly by its developers and runs on Python 3. The current version of Pyramids is 1.10, and it is the tenth update since 2010.
CherryPy: CherryPy is an open-source, object-oriented micro-framework. It follows the minimalistic approach. This is one of the oldest Python frameworks that were introduced in 2002. We don’t need to install the apache server to run cherryPy. This framework allows us to use any technology for data access, templating at Cetera.