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Next-Generation Web Frameworks in Python by Liza Daly

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37 38 Future Directions > Why Won't You Tell Me Which One I Should Use? 5. Why Won't You Tell Me Which One I Should Use? All three are solid web frameworks in the context of moderate-usage sites. None locks users in to one set of templates, object modelers, or rigid configuration systems. There are still differences, thoughâ some key differences are highlighted in the following table. Table 8-1. Framework feature comparison FrameworkUse any ORMEnd-to-end beginner docsWSGI supportWidgetsBuilt-in CMSAutomated CRUD generationBuilt-in JS libraryBuilt-in identityDjangoLimitedYesYesNoYesYesNoYesTurboGearsYesPartialLimitedYesLimitedVia widgetsYesYesPylonsYesPartialYesYesNoVia widgetsNoNo The term "Limited" means the feature is technically available but may require some hacking to work.

4. Will There Ever Be a "One True Framework"? 5. Why Won't You Tell Me Which One I Should Use? 6. 1. Can Anything "Beat" Rails? Although open source projects do not compete for market share in the same way as commercial products, programmers have only a finite amount of time and mental bandwidth in which to assess and learn technologies. Software developers often underestimate the importance of documentation and community support in product adoption, but we have all experienced the same frustration: run into a showstopper problem, do a web search for it, and turn up nothing but similar unanswered questions.

Given the fast-moving, agile nature of the development on the frameworks themselves, it is unlikely they will ever be stable enough to qualify for Fortune 500 corporate acceptance. 4, but large IT data centers are reluctant to upgrade their language packages, especially when Python itself is intimately tied to Red Hat and other commercial Linux operating systems. For more moderately trafficked sites or behind-the-scenes intranet applications, there is plenty of room to carve out a niche. An increasing number of commercial Internet Service Providers are supporting these frameworks; some ISPs are positioning themselves specifically as "agile hosting" companies and providing simple one-click installs for them.

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