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Python Wiki: Web Frameworks for Python
An overview of all current Python web frameworks, maintained on the official Python language website by its developer community. Provides a linked list of frameworks organized by popularity and framework scale - from full-stack to minimalist solutions.
Albatross
A toolkit for stateful web applications, providing templating and session management. Code, documentation, wiki, news, discussion list, and company information. [Open Source, BSD-like; commercially supported]
Aquarium
A compact web framework providing session management, its own server, and templating using Cheetah; code, documentation, and a tutorial are available. [Open Source, BSD-like]
CherryPy
An object-oriented HTTP framework in Python, with flexible configuration and extension. Provided are code, documentation, FAQ, wiki, news, a tutorial, and IRC. [Open Source, MIT]
Flask
A lightweight Python web framework based on Werkzeug and Jinja 2. Code, documentation, and community links are provided.
Glashammer
A web framework emphasizing simplicity, flexibility, and extensibility. Source code, documentation, bug tracking, and a mailing list are available.
Grok
An agile web framework based on the Zope3 codebase. Code, documentation, an e-mail list, and a wiki are available.
Guido von Rossum on Python Web Frameworks
An article by the creator of the Python language entitled, "Please Teach me Web Frameworks for Python!" Published in January 2006, with extensive commentary from the Python community.
Nagare
A BSD-licensed open-source framework using Stackless Python, providing continuations and direct callbacks registration for advanced web applications. Documentation, source code, mailing list, and other support are available.
Pylons Project
A lightweight framework that allows several database, templating, user interface, and dispatch options. Site includes documentation, FAQ, community wiki, and installation instructions. [Open Source]
Quixote
A framework for developing web applications in Python. Available are a mailing list and lists of articles and applications. [Open Source, Python license]
SkunkWeb Python Web Application Server
An extensible application server, written in Python. Code, documentation, and a mailing list are available. [Open Source, GPL and BSD]
Turbogears
A complete web framework integrating several Python projects: SQLObject, Cherrypy, Kid, and Mochikit. Code, documentation, examples, extensions, and related news are provided. [Open Source]
web.py
A minimalist web framework written in Python. Available are code, examples, documentation, and discussion lists. [Open Source]
web2py
An open source full-stack python web framework for scalable, secure and portable web applications. Code, documentation, videos, and support are available.
WebWare for Python
A suite of software components for developing object-oriented, web-based applications. Code, documentation, and mailing lists. [Open Source, Python license]

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