web2py is a free open source full-stack framework for rapid development of fast, scalable, secure and portable database-driven web-based applications.
It is written and programmable in Python. LGPLv3 License
Learn more at http://web2py.com
Google App Engine deployment
cp examples/app.yaml ./ cp handlers/gaehandler.py ./
Then edit ./app.yaml and replace "yourappname" with yourappname.
Important reminder about this GIT repo
An important part of web2py is the Database Abstraction Layer (DAL). In early 2015 this was decoupled into a separate code-base (PyDAL). In terms of git, it is a sub-module of the main repository.
The use of a sub-module requires a one-time use of the --recursive flag for git clone if you are cloning web2py from scratch.
git clone --recursive https://github.com/web2py/web2py.git
If you have an existing repository, the commands below need to be executed at least once:
git submodule update --init --recursive
PyDAL uses a separate stable release cycle to the rest of web2py. PyDAL releases will use a date-naming scheme similar to Ubuntu. Issues related to PyDAL should be reported to its separate repository.
To start web2py there is NO NEED to install it. Just unzip and do:
web2py directory structure
project/ README LICENSE VERSION > this web2py version web2py.py > the startup script anyserver.py > to run with third party servers ... > other handlers and example files gluon/ > the core libraries packages/ > web2py submodules dal/ contrib/ > third party libraries tests/ > unittests applications/ > are the apps admin/ > web based IDE ... examples/ > examples, docs, links ... welcome/ > the scaffolding app (they all copy it) ABOUT LICENSE models/ views/ controllers/ sessions/ errors/ cache/ static/ uploads/ modules/ cron/ tests/ ... > your own apps examples/ > example config files, mv .. and customize extras/ > other files which are required for building web2py scripts/ > utility and installation scripts handlers/ wsgihandler.py > handler to connect to WSGI ... > handlers for Fast-CGI, SCGI, Gevent, etc site-packages/ > additional optional modules logs/ > log files will go in there deposit/ > a place where web2py stores apps temporarily
Report issues at https://github.com/web2py/web2py/issues