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JAWS vs Masonite: What are the differences?

Developers describe JAWS as "Javascript + AWS Stack – A server-free, webapp boilerplate using bleeding-edge AWS services". The Javascript + AWS Stack – A server-free, webapp boilerplate using bleeding-edge AWS services that redefine how to build massively scalable web applications. On the other hand, Masonite is detailed as "Modern and developer centric Python web framework". Masonite is a web framework that is extremely simple and changes what it means for a batteries included Python framework. Intuitive and elegant from installation to deployment.

JAWS and Masonite belong to "Frameworks (Full Stack)" category of the tech stack.

Some of the features offered by JAWS are:

  • Use No Servers: Never deal with scaling/deploying/maintaing/monitoring servers again.
  • Isolated Components: The JAWS back-end is comprised entirely of AWS Lambda Functions.
  • Scale Infinitely: A back-end comprised of Lambda functions comes with a ton of concurrency and you can easily enable multi-region redundancy.

On the other hand, Masonite provides the following key features:

  • Easily send emails with the Mail Provider and the SMTP and Mailgun drivers.
  • Send websocket requests from your server with the Broadcast Provider and Pusher and Ably drivers.
  • IOC container and auto resolving dependency injection.

JAWS and Masonite are both open source tools. It seems that JAWS with 30.9K GitHub stars and 3.43K forks on GitHub has more adoption than Masonite with 1.01K GitHub stars and 51 GitHub forks.

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    The Easiest python Framework TO Work With
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    Clear documentation
  • 1
    Easy to transition from Laravel

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What is JAWS?

The Javascript + AWS Stack – A server-free, webapp boilerplate using bleeding-edge AWS services that redefine how to build massively scalable web applications

What is Masonite?

A web framework that is extremely simple and changes what it means for a batteries included Python framework. Intuitive and elegant from installation to deployment.

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    What are some alternatives to JAWS and Masonite?
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