10 Best Python Frameworks For Web Development

Python frameworks have emerged as the go-to solution for developers to achieve their goals, with fewer lines of code.

Python is known for its tools and frameworks. Moreover, Python frameworks have emerged as the go-to solution for developers to achieve their goals, with fewer lines of code.

Below is a list of the ten best Python frameworks for web development.

(The list is in no particular order)

1| Django

About: Django, an open-source framework, is a popular high-level web framework in Python which supports rapid web development and design. 

Some of its features are-

  • Django helps developers avoid various common security mistakes.
  • With this framework, developers can take web applications from concept to launch within hours.
  • The user authentication system of this framework provides a secure way to manage user accounts and passwords.

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2| CherryPy

About: CherryPy is a popular object-oriented web framework in Python. The framework allows building web applications in a much simpler way.

Some of its features are-

  • A powerful configuration system for developers and deployers alike.
  • Built-in profiling, coverage, and testing support.
  • Built-in tools for caching, encoding, sessions, authentication, static content etc.
  • A reliable, HTTP/1.1-compliant, WSGI thread-pooled webserver.
  • A flexible plugin system.

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3| TurboGears

About: TurboGears is a Python web application framework. The next version, TurboGears 2, is built on top of several web frameworks, including TurboGears 1, Rails and Django.

Some of its features are: 

  • It is designed to be a web application framework suitable for solving complex industrial-strength problems.
  • It has a transaction manager to help with multi-database deployments.
  • It officially supports MongoDB as one of the primary storage backends.
  • It provides support for multiple template engines.

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4| Flask

About: Flask is a popular Python web framework used for developing complex web applications. The framework offers suggestions but doesn’t enforce any dependencies or project layout.

Some of its features are-

  • Flask is flexible.
  • The framework aims to keep the core simple but extensible.
  • It includes many hooks to customise its behaviour.

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5| Web2Py

About: Written in Python, Web2Py is a free, open-source web framework for agile development of secure database-driven web applications. It is a full-stack framework.

Some of its features are-

  • It is designed to guide a web developer to follow good software engineering practices, such as using the Model View Controller (MVC) pattern.  
  • Web2Py automatically addresses various issues that can lead to security vulnerabilities by following well-established practices.
  • The framework includes a Database Abstraction Layer (DAL) that writes SQL dynamically.

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6| Bottle

About: Bottle is a fast, simple and lightweight WSGI micro web framework for Python web applications. The framework has no other dependencies than the standard Python library. 

Some of its features are-

  • Bottle runs with Python 2.7 and 3.6+.
  • It has a fast and Pythonic *built-in template engine* and support for mako, jinja2 and cheetah templates.
  • The framework has convenient access to form data, headers, file uploads, cookies, and other HTTP-related metadata.
  • Built-in HTTP development server as well as support for bjoern, Google App Engine, fapws3, cherrypy or any other WSGI capable HTTP server.

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7| Falcon 

About: Falcon is a WSGI library for building speedy web APIs and app backends. The framework has CPython 3.5+ and PyPy 3.5+ support. Falcon complements more general Python web frameworks by providing extra reliability, flexibility, and performance. 

Some of its features are-

  • It includes a highly optimised and extensible codebase.
  • Easy access to headers as well as bodies through the request and response objects.
  • The framework provides DRY request processing via middleware components and hooks.

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8| CubicWeb

About: Written in Python, CubicWeb is a free and open-source semantic web application framework. It empowers developers to efficiently build web applications by reusing components (called cubes) and following the well known object-oriented design principles.

Some of its applications are-

  • It has a query language named RQL, similar to W3C’s SPARQL.
  • It includes a library of reusable components that fulfil common needs.

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9| Quixote

About: Quixote is a framework for writing Web-based applications using Python. The goal of this framework is to provide flexibility and high-performance during web development. 

Some of its features are-

  • Flexibility and high-performance.
  • Quixote includes Python Template Language for producing HTML with Python code.

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10| Pyramid

About: Pyramid is a lightweight and open-source Python web framework. The framework provides only the core tools needed for nearly all web applications: mapping URLs to code, security, and serving static assets (files like JavaScript and CSS). 

Some of its features are-

  • Support for Python 3.8 and 3.9.
  • New security APIs to support a massive overhaul of the authentication and authorisation system.

Know more here.

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