TurboGears is a rapid development "front-to-back" open source web meta-framework. Its aim is to simplify and speed up the development of modern web applications written in the Python programming language.
TurboGears is designed around the model-view-controller architecture, much like Struts or Ruby on Rails, and takes the best Python web components available (hence "meta-framework") and combines them into one easy-to-install, documented whole.
TurboGears was created in 2005 by Kevin Dangoor. Version 1.0 was released in early 2007. Development progressed to version 1.1, replacing SQLAlchemy with SQLObject and Kid with Genshi as default components. Version 1.5 is now based on CherryPy 3 instead of CherryPy 2.
TurboGears Version 2 is a separate project based on Pylons instead of CherryPy.
|Jonathan Schemoul||Christopher Arndt|
|Ken Kuhlman||Florent Aide|