quantumcore.formlib aims to be a simple form library for Python. It's main features are:
- the smallest possible set of abstractions. This means e.g. no Field/Widget or converter/validator distinction.
- fast rendering process
- small code base, hopefully easy to understand
- easy reuse of parts of a form in other forms
You can browse the documentation on the QuantumCore homepage.
You can find some examples in the QuantumCore Repository.
You can find the sourcecode on bitbucket.
quantumcore.formlib is released under the MIT License:
Copyright (c) 2010 Christian Scholz, COM.lounge
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