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Python is quickly becoming one of the most popular programming languages in every tech niche. May it be Machine Learning or AI or Web development, Python has surely made its mark. Python has a unique syntax, which makes it different from other programming languages such as Java, C++, and C. Hence, it is simple and easy to learn the language.

But it is the Python Frameworks that make developers’ lives easier by offering them a structure for application development. In this article, we are going to share our list of the top 10 Python Frameworks which we believe will help you to develop awesome applications by cutting development time and allowing developers to focus more on application

There are generally two types of Python Framework used while developing applications. They are listed as follows:

python frameworks

1. Django

django web framework

Django is a free open-source full-stack Python framework. It tries to include all of the necessary features by default as opposed to offering them as separate libraries. Django helps developers to create complex code and applications in an easier way and requires much less time compared to other frameworks and it follows the principle of DRY (don’t repeat yourself) and a model-view-template (MVC) architectural pattern.

Features

  1. Django is widely used by most of the renowned companies such as Instagram, Pinterest, Disqus, Mozilla, The Washington Times, and Bitbucket.
  2. Django makes it easier to build better Web apps more quickly and with less code.
  3. It uses its ORM to map objects to database tables.
  4. It is widely popular among developers as it has a vast collection of libraries written in the Python language.

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2. Pyramid

pyramid python framework

Pyramid is a small, fast, down-to-earth, open source Python web development framework. It makes real-world web application development and deployment more fun, more predictable, and more productive. Pyramid is a Pylons Project, and is the successor to the Pylons web framework.

The most striking feature of Pyramid is its ability to work well with both small and large applications. Pyramid The Start Small, Finish Big, Stay Finished Framework.

Features

  1. Single Page Applications
  2. Choose from a variety of templating, database, security solutions and more using the quality and convenience of Pyramid’s add-on system
  3. Extensive Documentation
  4. Flexible authorization and authentication
  5. Keep configuration out of code means less forking and side-effects

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3. Web2Py

web2py

Web2py, developed by Massimo De Pierro, is a cross-platform web application framework written in Python programming language. However, you should know that Web2py does not support Python 3.

What’s great about Web2py, though, is that it comes with its own web-based IDEwhich, among other things, includes a code editor, debugger, and one-click deployment.

Features

  1. No requirements for installation and configuration
  2. Ability to run on any online platform that supports Python 2.5 – 2.7.
  3. Error tracking, thorough error logging and ticketing
  4. Role-based access control
  5. Backward Compatible

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4. Turbo Gears

turbogears web framework

The rapid Web development web framework you’ve been looking for. TurboGears is an open-source, data-driven full-stack web application framework.

Features

  1. Support for multiple databases.
  2. Model View Controller (MVC) Style Architechture
  3. Support for SQLObject and SQLAlchemy
  4. All with designer friendly templates, easy AJAX on the browser side and on the server side, with an incredibly powerful and flexible Object Relational Mapper (ORM), and with code that is as natural as writing a function.

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5. Cubic Web

cubic web framework

CubicWeb, developed by Logilab, is an open source, semantic, and free-to-use Python web framework. CubicWeb uses the cube in place of using separate views and models. Multiple cubes are joined together to create an instance with the help of some configuration files, a web server, and a database.

Features

  1. CubicWeb supports Multiple databases, security workflows, and reusable components.
  2. Has an engine driven by the explicit data model of the application,
  3. Support for Web Ontology Language (OWL) and Resource Description Framework (RDF).
  4. CubicWeb also supports Relational Query Language (RQL).
  5. Large Library of reusable components.

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6. Flask

flask web framework

Flask is a Python framework available under the BSD license. It was inspired by the Sinatra Ruby framework. The main idea behind Flask is to help build a solid web application foundation and is generally termed as a micro web framework.

Features

  1. Light weight framework.
  2. Built-in development server and debugger.
  3. Compatible with Google App Engine.
  4. RESRful request dispatching out of the box.
  5. WSGI 1.0 Compliance.

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7. Bottle

bottle web framework

Bottle is a microframework. Originally meant for building APIs, Bottle implements everything in a single source file. It has no dependencies apart from the Python Standard Library. It is an easy-to-use lightweight framework generally used to build small web applications.

Features

  1. Built-in HTTP server.
  2. Adapters for third-party template engines and WSGI/HTTP servers.
  3. Allows users to access form data, file uploads, cookies, and other HTTP-related metadata in a much simpler way.
  4. Utilities to comfortably access forms, files and other HTTP related meta data.

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8. CherryPy

cherrypy web framework

CherryPy is an open source object-oriented Python framework. Remi Delon is known as the founder of the CherryPy project. The CherryPy framework is widely implemented by developers to create Python web applications. It has a builtin multi-threaded web server. It makes building Python web applications no different than building any other object-oriented program.

Features

  1. An HTTP/1.1-compliant WSGI thread-pooled web server.
  2. Simplicity of running multiple HTTP servers at once.
  3. A powerful configuration system.
  4. A flexible plugin system.
  5. Out of the box caching, encoding, sessions, authentication and static content.
  6. Support for profiling, testing, and coverage by default.

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9. Sanic

sanic web framework

Sanic is a simple, open source Python framework. This framework is similar to Flask in function but it is much faster comparatively. It was specially designed for quick HTTP responses with the help of asynchronous request handlers. Sanic is a Python web framework built on uvloop.

In a benchmark test with one process and 100 connections, Sanic was able to handle 33,342 requests per second.

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10. Torando

Tornado, developed by Ben Darnell and Bret Taylor, is a Python web application framework. Initially, it was developed for a company named FriendFeed, which was later taken over by Facebook in 2009. It uses a non-blocking network I/O and solves the C10k issue (meaning that, if configured properly, it can handle 10,000+ concurrent connections).

Features

  1. Non-blocking HTTP client.
  2. Allows you to implement third-party authentication and authorization schemes, such as Google OpenID/OAuth, Facebook login, and Twitter OAuth.
  3. High Quality Performance.
  4. Python based Templating Language.

Choosing the Right Framework

Each framework has its own pros and cons. The right framework might be all you need to develop a successful project. We really hope that you’ve found an interesting framework in this article. 😁

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