Flask vs Vibora: What are the differences?
Flask: a microframework for Python based on Werkzeug, Jinja 2 and good intentions. Flask is intended for getting started very quickly and was developed with best intentions in mind; Vibora: Fast, asynchronous and elegant Python web framework. Vibora is a fast, asynchronous and elegant Python 3.6+ http client/server framework.
Flask belongs to "Microframeworks (Backend)" category of the tech stack, while Vibora can be primarily classified under "Frameworks (Full Stack)".
Flask is an open source tool with 45.2K GitHub stars and 12.7K GitHub forks. Here's a link to Flask's open source repository on GitHub.
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Flask is a light, yet powerful Python web framework perfect for quickly building smaller web applications. It's a "micro-framework" that's easy to learn and simple to use, so it's perfect for those new to web development as well as those looking to rapidly develop a web application.
I use Flask for times when I need to create a REST API that interfaces with other Python code, or there is no specific reason why I'd want to use Node.JS. I prefer Flask because of its small learning curve, allowing me to get started coding as quickly as possible
This lightweight web framework enables quick REST API development while enabling easy clustering, and the usage of multiple worker processes required to scale the REST API service to meet high volume requirements.
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