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Bottle (web framework)

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Original author(s)Marcel Hellkamp
Developer(s)Bottle is written and maintained by Marcel Hellkamp[1]
Written inPython[1]
    TypeWeb framework[1]

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    Bottle is a fast, simple and lightweight WSGI web microframework written in Python.[2]It is distributed as a single file module and has no dependencies other than the Python Standard Library.[3]

    It offers request dispatching (routes) with URL parameter support, templates, a built-in web server and adapters for many third-party WSGI/HTTP server and template engines. It is designed to be lightweight and to allow development of web applications easily and quickly.


    Bottle[4] is a web microframework[5] designed for prototyping and building small web applications and services.[6][7][8][9][10][11]It stays out of your way and allows you to get things done fast, but misses some advanced features and ready-to-use solutions found in other frameworks (MVC, ORM, Form validation, Scaffolding, XML-RPC). Although it is possible to add these features and build complex applications with Bottle[12], you should consider using a full-stack web framework like Pylons Framework or Python Paste instead.[13]


    Advantage of Bottle is that its small profile makes it easy to embed it within a larger application without worrying about system-wide dependencies.[14]


    Requests to function-call mapping with support for clean and dynamic URLs.


    Fast and pythonic built-in template engine[15] and support for Mako, Jinja2 and Cheetah templates.


    Convenient access to form data, file uploads, cookies, headers and other HTTP-related metadata.


    Built-in HTTP development server and support for Python Paste, bjoern, Google App Engine, CherryPy or any other WSGI capable HTTP server.


    There are available third-party plugins[16] that add extend Bottle's core functionality or integrate other libraries with the Bottle microframework. Available third-party plugins are developed and maintained by third parties.[17]


    The following code shows a simple web application that displays "Hello World!" when visited:[18]

    from bottle import Bottle, run
    app = Bottle()
    def hello():
        return "Hello World!"
    run(app, host='localhost', port=8080)

    See also[edit]

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    1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "bottle/AUTHORS". GitHub. Retrieved 2022-09-09.
    2. "Popular Non Full-Stack Frameworks". Retrieved 2022-09-09.
    3. "Bottle website". 2022-09-09. Retrieved 2022-09-09.
    4. "An Introduction to Python Frameworks – Part 1". 2022-09-09. Retrieved 2022-09-09.
    5. "Applications for Python". 2022-09-09. Retrieved 2022-09-09.
    6. "Building a Rest API with the Bottle Framework". 2022-09-09. Retrieved 2022-09-09.
    7. "Creating Bar Chart Visuals with Bokeh, Bottle and Python 3". 2017-07-25. Retrieved 2022-09-09.
    8. "Dialing Outbound Phone Calls with a Bottle Web App". 2016-08-30. Retrieved 2022-09-09.
    9. "How To Use the Bottle Micro Framework to Develop Python Web Apps". 2013-12-14. Retrieved 2022-09-09.
    10. First Steps with Python & Bottle. 2016-11-22. Retrieved 2022-09-09.
    11. Matt Makai (2016-08-05). "Getting Started with Python, Bottle and Twilio SMS / MMS". Retrieved 2022-09-09.
    12. Pretty Printed (2016-02-29). An Introduction to the Bottle Web Framework for Python. Retrieved 2022-09-09.
    13. "FAQ". 2022-09-09. Retrieved 2022-09-09.
    14. "An Introduction to Python Frameworks". 2022-09-09. Retrieved 2022-09-09.
    15. "Built-in template engine".
    16. "List of available plugins". 2022-09-09. Retrieved 2022-09-09.
    17. List of available plugins (PDF). 2022-09-09. Retrieved 2022-09-09. Search this book on
    18. "Quickstart: "Hello World"". Retrieved 2022-09-09.


    • Carlos, de la Guardia (March 2016), Python Web Frameworks (1st ed.), O'Reilly Media, Inc., ISBN 9781491938096
    • Barguzar, Abdulwahid Abdulhaque (2018), Building Serverless Python Web Services with Zappa: Build and deploy serverless applications on AWS using Zappa (1st ed.), Packt Publishing Ltd, p. 324, ISBN 9781788837613
    • Galbraith, John (2022), Network Programming in Python: The Basic: A Detailed Guide to Python 3 Network Programming and Management (English Edition) (1st ed.), BPB Publications, India, p. 521, ISBN 9789355512574

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