- The residence of Svarog, main Slavic god, and Heaven.
- Python Web Framework. Heaven is not guaranteed, but satisfaction is.
Svarga is aiming to be a web framework, whose goals are:
- Batteries included
- Easy creation and distribution of reusable parts (i.e. applications)
- Don't stay in your way
There is some docs. Warning: API is unstable and may change anytime.
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Svarga is based on already working libraries (we do not suffer from not-invented-here syndrome), particularly:
SQLAlchemy is the ultimate answer to ORM question. Migrate (any other solutions?) could be our answer to database migration questions - it's better to have one preferred method than a lot of various possibilities.
- Request handler: Werkzeug
There is a lot of solutions, but Werkzeug seems the best of them: it's not big, but fast and very flexible. And we get nice debugger as a bonus.
- Templates: Jinja2
It's good written, very fast and quite popular. Additionally it is familiar to those coming from Django.
- Forms: WTForms
They seem like a good base for building our applications on them. There is no formset support, but we already handle that ourselves.
- Commands/management: Opster