Bottle (web framework)

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Bottle
Bottle-logo.svg
Developer(s)Marcel Hellkamp
Initial releaseJuly 1, 2009; 10 years ago (2009-07-01)
Stable release
0.12.17 / June 23, 2019; 56 days ago (2019-06-23)[1]
Written inPython
Operating systemCross-platform
TypeWeb framework
LicenseMIT
Websitebottlepy.org Edit this at Wikidata

Bottle is a WSGI micro web-framework for the Python programming language. It is designed to be fast, simple and lightweight, and is distributed as a single file module with no dependencies other than the Python Standard Library. The same module runs with Python 2.5+ and 3.x.[2]

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.[3]

It is designed to be lightweight, and to allow development of web applications easily and quickly.[4]

Features[edit]

  • Single file which runs with both Python 2.5+ and 3.x
  • Can run as a standalone web server or be used behind ("mounted on") any web server which supports WSGI
  • Built-in template engine called SimpleTemplate Engine
  • Support for JSON client data (for REST and JavaScript clients)
  • Plugins for popular databases and key/value stores and other features[5]

Example[edit]

A simple "Hello World!"

from bottle import route, run, template

@route('/hello/<name>')
def index(name):
    return template('<b>Hello {{name}}</b>!', name=name)

run(host='localhost', port=8080)

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