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Is something wrong with FastAPI?
5 projects | /r/Python | 12 Mar 2023
Falcon FastAPI Sanic Starlite (disclosure: I do work here)
A Look on Python Web Performance at the end of 2022
10 projects | dev.to | 14 Nov 2022
Sanic is very very popular with 16.6k stars, 1.5k forks, opencollective sponsors and a very active github. Falcon is more popular than japronto with 8.9k stars, 898 forks, opencollective sponsors and a very active github too. Despite Japronto been keeped as first place by TechEmPower, Falcon is a way better solution in general with performance similar to fastify an very fast node.js framework that hits 575k requests per second in this benchmark.
Flask vs FastAPI?
11 projects | /r/Python | 6 May 2022
I prefer Falcon for kicking up an API.
Python for everyone : Mastering Python The Right Way
30 projects | dev.to | 7 Mar 2022
Pyjion – A Python JIT Compiler
8 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 9 Nov 2021
And here's a project that's mostly Python, and optionally uses Cython https://github.com/falconry/falcon
2 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Python Framework
5 projects | dev.to | 7 Sep 2021
To help with the above two cases I would consider using a microframework, and the Python community provides many solutions. In my professional career I’ve had the opportunity to work with three very good alternatives to Django: Flask, Falcon, and Fast API. Flask is designed to be easy to use and extend. It follows the principles of minimalism and gives more control over the app. Choosing it, developers can use multiple types of databases, which is not easy to do in Django. We can also plug in our favorite ORM and use it without any risk of unpredictable app behavior. In contrast to Django, it’s easy to integrate NoSQL databases with Flask.
Do you know any Python projects on Github that are examples of best practices and good architecture?
10 projects | /r/learnpython | 5 May 2021
This may not be exactly what you asked for but I found contributing to open source projects really exposed me to different approaches I never would have considered and may not have fully grasped had I not had to actually dive into the code to solve an issue. Falcon is a great place to start and the guys are super friendly there.
Designing rest APIs as a data engineer
2 projects | /r/dataengineering | 28 Mar 2021
What are some alternatives?
fastapi - FastAPI framework, high performance, easy to learn, fast to code, ready for production
hug - Embrace the APIs of the future. Hug aims to make developing APIs as simple as possible, but no simpler.
Dependency Injector - Dependency injection framework for Python
connexion - Swagger/OpenAPI First framework for Python on top of Flask with automatic endpoint validation & OAuth2 support
apistar - The Web API toolkit. 🛠
ripozo - A tool for quickly creating REST/HATEOAS/Hypermedia APIs in python
restless - A lightweight REST miniframework for Python.
sandman2 - Automatically generate a RESTful API service for your legacy database. No code required!
sandman - Sandman "makes things REST".
Blueprint/Boilerplate For Python Projects - Blueprint/Boilerplate For Python Projects
Geek-Jokes API - Random Geek Jokes REST API
Tweepy - Twitter for Python!