If you’re a Pythonist who’s been longing for some Sinatra action, then look no further. Denied is the next generation Python micro-web-framework, wrapped in a single portable library.
Let’s run a simple routed app on port 8080:
from deny import * @route('/') def hello(): return 'Hello World!' if __name__ == '__main__': run()
It’s a beautiful thing.
Turns out, the developer wrote this as an April Fool’s joke. Though functional, this micro-framework will not be maintained. If you like what you saw, and want to use a similar, rock-solid, maintained Python framework, have a look at Bottle or Itty.
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