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Quixote (web framework)

Quixote (web framework)
Developer(s) Andrew Kuchling, Neil Schemenauer and Greg Ward
Initial release 12 August 2000 (2000-08-12)[1][2]
Stable release 2.8 / 2 April 2014 (2014-04-02)
Written in Python
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Web application framework
License MIT License
Website .caquixote

Quixote is a framework for developing web applications in Python. Quixote "is based on a simple, flexible design, making it possible to write applications quickly and to benefit from the wide range of available third-party Python modules".[3]

A Quixote application is typically a Python package, a collection of modules grouped into a single directory tree. Quixote then maps a URL to a function or method inside the Python package; the function is then called with the contents of the HTTP request, and the results are returned to the client.

References

  1. ^ "CHANGES_24.txt". 
  2. ^ Quixote is a web application framework developed and first released by the MNX in 2000 (or 2001).
  3. ^ Quixote: a Python-Centric Web Application Framework, 22 July 2002, By Greg Ward, Linux Journal

External links

  • Official website
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