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I want to create my own website that would allow me to acess a database in the server and do inserts and lookups in a user friendly way. I am a seasoned user of linux and C/C++, and also have experience with Python and sqlite3, but i don't have any experience in Web development, so i have no idea where to start.

I have researched online and the best i came up with was an Apache/Nginx server together with an fcig or wscgi and Django, so that i would have database and python integration through a Django App.

Can someone tell me if this is the way to go or if there is some easier (or better) way to accomplish what i want?

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  • If you're not doing anything asynchronous (e.g. with Twisted, Tornado or GEvent), then the stack is usually either Django or Flask, with either Apache+mod_wsgi or nginx+uwsgi. – user16764 Jul 5 '13 at 20:11
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Since you know Python already I see no reason not to go for Django. It should be fairly easy to set up and try out a quick project to see if you like it. Like with everything there's a learning curve, but from what I've seen the tutorials and documentation to get you up and running is rather good.

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PHP would be easier. Its also C-like. But it takes less of a learning curve to move into webdevelopment with because its basically designed primarily for webdevelopment. Plus they have good documentation at PHP.NET

See Is there anyone who has used Python/Ruby and PHP for a long time and still prefer PHP?

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    Really, this is advice you give to someone with Python experience? How much experience do you have with Python web development yourself? – Martijn Pieters Jul 5 '13 at 19:59
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    The answer you cited is three years old, and its only specific point against Python is not currently true. In fact, it probably never was. – user16764 Jul 5 '13 at 20:09

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