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Wheezy.web - is it been developed?


The wheezy.web framework (http://bitbucket.org/akorn/wheezy.web) supplies documentation, tutorials, quick starts and benchmark for you. Due to modular architecture, it is being developed in several independent loosely coupled libraries under wheezy.*. The source code is easy to read, there is 100% test coverage.

No bells and whistles.

I believe the web framework should not be something cryptic (requiring community to exchange ideas about workarounds) nor something that involves infinitive development cycle.

If you have any questions I will be happy to answer in this mailing list or personally.


Andriy Kornatskyy

On Feb 19, 2014, at 1:48 AM, Marcio Andrey Oliveira <plicatibu at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi.
> I stumbled upon Wheezy.web and I got interested into learn more about it.
> After googling I didn't find that many information about it: only docs and samples from its web site.
> I didn't find a mailing list nor user groups and no tutorials from its users.
> Is Wheezy.web been actively developed? Does it have any user base community that I could get in touch with? Or should I forget about it and stick to say flask or pyramid?
> Thank you.
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