The Pyramid Web Application Development Framework
Here is one of the simplest :app:`Pyramid` applications you can make:
After you install :app:`Pyramid` and run this application, when you visit http://localhost:8080/hello/world in a browser, you will see the text Hello, world!
See :ref:`firstapp_chapter` for a full explanation of how this application works. Read the :ref:`html_narrative_documentation` to understand how :app:`Pyramid` is designed to scale from simple applications like this to very large web applications.
Narrative documentation in chapter form explaining how to use :app:`Pyramid`.
Documentation for every :app:`Pyramid` API.
cluegun is a simple pastebin application based on Rocky Burt's ClueBin. It demonstrates form processing, security, and the use of :term:`ZODB` within a :app:`Pyramid` application. Check this application out via:
git clone git://github.com/Pylons/cluegun.git
virginia is a very simple dynamic file rendering application. It is willing to render structured text documents, HTML documents, and images from a filesystem directory. It's also a good example of :term:`traversal`. An earlier version of this application runs the repoze.org website. Check this application out via:
git clone git://github.com/Pylons/virginia.git
shootout is an example "idea competition" application by Carlos de la Guardia and Lukasz Fidosz. It demonstrates :term:`URL dispatch`, simple authentication, integration with SQLAlchemy and pyramid_simpleform. Check this application out of version control via:
git clone git://github.com/Pylons/shootout.git
KARL is a moderately-sized application (roughly 80K lines of Python code) built on top of :app:`Pyramid`. It is an open source web system for collaboration, organizational intranets, and knowledge management. It provides facilities for wikis, calendars, manuals, searching, tagging, commenting, and file uploads. See the KARL site for download and installation details.
Support and Development
To report bugs, use the issue tracker.
If you've got questions that aren't answered by this documentation, contact the Pylons-discuss maillist or join the #pyramid IRC channel.
git clone email@example.com:Pylons/pyramid.git