Tag: pure-python-web-app

Downgrades and Upgrades to the Rating of Pure Python Web Application Solutions

Rather than create a new blog post each time that a pure python web application is upgraded or downgraded, I figured one reverse-chronological post was better. 2022, Sept 9: Transcrypt is no longer a Class A Pure Python Web Application solution Transcrypt is fully-featured. It is well-documented. Through the years, responses to community questions have […]

Concerns about Skulpt underlying Anvil… resolved!

What I’m trying to do: Estimate the reliability of skulpt as the basis for Anvil What I’ve tried and what’s not working: I maintain the pure python web application survey guide and currently have Anvil rated as a Class A framework, meaning that it is industrial strength, well-maintained, well-documented with good support channels. My concern […]

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