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The Web Server Gateway Interface (WSGI)

Abstract

The Web Server Gateway Interface is a Python standard created in 2003 by Philip J. Eby and the Python web community. Back in 2003 Python suffered from a very fragmented web framework community where applications written with code from one framework wouldn’t run on the server component from a different framework. The Web Server Gateway Interface standard (known as WSGI and pronounced “wizgy” by those in the Python community) was designed to change that and enable a degree of cross-framework interoperability.

Keywords

Class Instance Request Information Cache Page Application Object Controller Instance 
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© James Gardner 2009

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