Wheezy.web + Sublime Text

Part of being a developer is pushing yourself to learn and use something new. So I decided I would take a language I am familiar with and do MVC in it (as I do ASP.NET MVC in C# daily at work). I looked at several MVC frameworks for Python but decided upon Wheezy.web

After playing around with Sublime Text 3 for about two hours I decided to get a license; and frankly its rare I actually pay for something that there are many FOSS alternatives. Sublime Text 3 is just that good. Yes really, that good. Highly recommend you setup “Package Control” for Sublime Text it makes installing packages a breeze. I used this blog post and installed Anaconda for syntax completion.

Sublime Text 3
See I do support projects I use.

This is using the built-in “Sunburst” theme along with the “Dark” Sublime Text layout. It’s a thing of beauty. Here is my “User” config setup :

[js]
{
"color_scheme": "Packages/Color Scheme – Default/Sunburst.tmTheme",
"ensure_newline_at_eof_on_save": true,
"folder_exclude_patterns":
[
".svn",
".git",
".hg",
"CVS",
"__pycache__"
],
"font_face": "Consolas",
"font_size": 12,
"ignored_packages":
[
"Vintage"
],
"indent_to_bracket": true,
"rulers":
[
79
],
"shift_tab_unindent": true,
"theme": "Soda Dark 3.sublime-theme",
"translate_tabs_to_spaces": true,
"trim_trailing_white_space_on_save": true,
"wrap_width": 80
}
[/js]

Wheezy.web has some really impressive features for such a lean framework. This coupled with Mako templates makes for a great foundation for highly concurrent, high performance web projects.

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