Applications that run on WSGI
Illustration of ajax applications running on a modwsgi apache
A syntax-aware web search interface for searching large source
code file system trees (using the Python 2.6.1 distribution in the
example, but it can be configured for any source tree). It is
distributed as part of WHIFF and it uses external functionality
from Nucular and Pygments.
MoinMoin is a wiki engine written in Python.
PyAMF provides Action Message Format (AMF) support for Python that
is compatible with the Flash Player.
Rum is a framework to develop CRUD web applications, usually used
in the “admin” back-end of a website.
A simple, easily extensible SOAP library that provides several
useful tools for creating and publishing SOAP web services in
Python such as on-demand WSDL generation for published services, a
WSGI-compliant web application, support for complex class
structures, binary attachments, a simple framework for creating
additional serialization mechanisms, and a client library.
Trac is a popular issue tracker. It includes WSGI support in
A blog application written in Python.
Python weblog software built from reusable components. It offers
many of the usual features of weblog engines, but its basic
opration and plug-in model is based on WSGI. Many existing WSGI
components can be plugged directly into Bright Content in order to
enhance its functionality. Bright Content also has a set of
specialized components for common weblog needs.
Webskine is a simple weblog with an AJAX interface.