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Jam.py
Original author(s)Andrew Yushev
Initial releaseJuly 1, 2015; 4 years ago (2015-07-01)
Stable release
5.4.31 / December 12, 2018; 17 months ago (2018-12-12)....[1]
Repositoryhttps://github.com/jam-py/jam-py
Written inPython, JavaScript
Engine
    PlatformCross-platform
    TypeWeb framework
    License3-clause BSD
    Websitehttp://jam-py.com

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    Jam.py Application Builder primary goal is to allow development of database-driven business web applications, based on DRY principle, with emphasis on CRUD.

    Jam.py is a "full stack" WSGI rapid application development framework for the Python programming language. The same distribution runs with Python 2.5+ and 3.x.

    It offers a built-in web server, GUI Builder and database access for third-party databases.

    Features[edit]

    • Single distribution which runs with both Python 2.5+ and 3.x
    • Can run as a standalone web development server or be used with any web server which supports WSGI
    • Built-in GUI Builder called Application Builder
    • Support for JSON client data (for REST and JavaScript clients)
    • Support for popular databases Oracle Database, Microsoft_SQL_Server, PostgreSQL, SQLite, MySQL, Firebird_(database_server)[2]

    PythonAnywhere[edit]

    PythonAnywhere Python 3.7 deployment is supported[3]

    External links[edit]

    • 2015. 10 Best Frameworks for Web Design[4]
    • 2016. 35 Best HTML5 and CSS3 Responsive Frameworks[5]
    • 2019. web2py original author Massimo Di Pierro about Jam.py[6]

    References[edit]

    1. https://github.com/jam-py/jam-py/releases Github Releases
    2. Jam.py website
    3. Help Pages on PythonAnywhere
    4. "10 Best Frameworks for Web Design". webprecis.com. Retrieved 11 March 2015.
    5. "35 Best HTML5 and CSS3 Responsive Frameworks". devrix.com. Retrieved 29 August 2016.
    6. "web2py comparison with Jam.py". groups.google.com. Retrieved 4 May 2019.

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    • Comparison of web frameworks

    *Category:Free software programmed in Python *Category:Python web frameworks *Category:Software using the BSD license


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