The itty-bitty Python web framework.
itty.py is a little experiment, an attempt at a Sinatra influenced micro-framework that does just enough to be useful and nothing more.
- Basic responses
- HTTP Status codes
- URL Parameters
- Basic GET/POST/PUT/DELETE support
- User-definable error handlers
- Redirect support
- File uploads
- Header support
- Static media serving
Beware! If you're looking for a proven, enterprise-ready framework, you're in the wrong place. But it sure is a lot of fun.
from itty import get, run_itty @get('/') def index(request): return 'Hello World!' run_itty()
See examples/ for more usages.
A couple of bits have been borrowed from other sources:
- Armin Ronacher's blog (http://lucumr.pocoo.org/2007/5/21/getting-started-with-wsgi)
- How to get started with WSGI
Thanks go out to Matt Croydon & Christian Metts for putting me up to this late at night. The joking around has become reality. :)