web2py in the future?

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By: Master (TeamLead), Created 9 years ago, Updated 8 years ago.
Given the size of web2py and the lack of resources and corporate support, do you think it would be advisable to learn web2py as the only web development frame work I know. I'm considersing learning ror or web2py for a website i need to create for as a school project. this is not the 'ruby vs python' question. I just want to know what disadvantages i would face if i selected a frame work other that the main stream ror or django(if any).
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Not enough credits to upvote Not enough Credits to downvote By: Speedbird (SysAdmin), Updated 8 years ago, Votes: 0
I believe this is an answer to the question
Not enough credits to upvote Not enough Credits to downvote By: Speedbird (SysAdmin), Updated 8 years ago, Votes: 1
This has to be another comment to the question, this time I am making this a bit more longer to see the capabilitis of the UI, note hat at this time we still have not put too much effort in sanitize the data
Not enough credits to upvote Not enough Credits to downvote By: Speedbird (SysAdmin), Updated 8 years ago, Votes: 0
Here is the code I have issues with:

public static int Culo(int pedo)
{
string data = "Hello";
return 0;
}
Not enough credits to upvote Not enough Credits to downvote By: Speedbird (SysAdmin), Updated 8 years ago, Votes: 0
This is another rather large answer to your question, also it contains html elements such as bold or Italics also play an interesting part in this answer.
This is another rather large answer to your question, also it contains html elements such as bold or Italics also play an interesting part in this answer.
This is another rather large answer to your question, also it contains html elements such as bold or Italics also play an interesting part in this answer.
This is another rather large answer to your question, also it contains html elements such as bold or Italics also play an interesting part in this answer.
Not enough credits to upvote Not enough Credits to downvote By: Speedbird (SysAdmin), Updated 8 years ago, Votes: 0
I don't think this is the right answer for this question. 'nuff said..

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By: mulone.martin (SysAdmin), 8 years ago
def myapp():
print "hola"

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By: mulone.martin (SysAdmin), 8 years ago
def myapp():
print "hola"

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By: Bora (Member), 8 years ago
This is another answer that I am posting as bora

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By: Speedbird (SysAdmin), 8 years ago
web2py does have a smaller market share than competitor products but it is also much younger. I have knowledge of at least 13 consulting companies that provide web2py support. Anyway, I do believe web2py is much easier to use than other systems and therefore you will need less support that you may think. Most of the current users get their support via the web2py google group where you can find 29781 messages and almost all questions have been answered within 24 hours by one of the contributors.
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This is my own comment
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By: Speedbird (SysAdmin), 8 years ago
Learning is good.

Learning something (that eventually goes away) is no loss at all. The basic skills of web development (HTML, CSS, URL-parsing, GET vs. POST) don't ever change.

Frameworks come and go. Learn as many as you can. Learn how to manage your learning so that you (a) get to the important stuff first and (b) leave the other framework stuff behind when tackling a new framework.

Every framework has it's bias (or focus). Once you figure this out, you can make use of them without all the "compare and contrast" that slows some people down. Once you've learned web2py, you have to be careful learning Django that you start fresh, with no translation from old concepts to new.
Not enough credits to upvote Not enough Credits to downvote By: Speedbird (SysAdmin), Updated: 8 years ago, Votes: 1
+1 Each framework builds on another framework. The principles are typically the same, the approach is the only thing that differs. Overall, what you learn is portable.
Not enough credits to upvote Not enough Credits to downvote By: Speedbird (SysAdmin), Updated: 8 years ago, Votes: 0
I Do have a comment about this:

10 PRINT "HELLO WORLD"
Not enough credits to upvote Not enough Credits to downvote By: Speedbird (SysAdmin), Updated: 8 years ago, Votes: 0
to Julius:

+1 I think that is indeed a great answer.

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By: Speedbird (SysAdmin), 8 years ago
"You see," he explained, "I consider that a man's brain originally is like a little empty attic, and you have to stock it with such furniture as you choose. A fool takes in all the lumber of every sort that he comes across, so that the knowledge which might be useful to him gets crowded out, or at best is jumbled up with a lot of other things, so that he has a difficulty in laying his hands upon it. Now the skilful workman is very careful indeed as to what he takes into his brain-attic. He will have nothing but the tools which may help him in doing his work, but of these he has a large assortment, and all in the most perfect order. It is a mistake to think that that little room has elastic walls and can distend to any extent. Depend upon it there comes a time when for every addition of knowledge you forget something that you knew before. It is of the highest importance, therefore, not to have useless facts elbowing out the useful ones."

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