On Wed, Jul 30, 2014 at 7:22 PM, Christopher Lozinski <
lozin...@freerecruiting.com> wrote:

> I would think that the world has to move to massive class libraries of
> reusable software components, maybe not on the client side, because it
> takes time to download, but certainly on the server side.  Not in
> statically bound languages like Java or C++, but in dynamically bound
> languages, like like python or C#.  The only significant python
> component architecture I know of is ZCA.  Maybe there is one in C#  So I
> would expect lots of people to be using
> ZCA, most easily in Grok.    And Grok is quite easy to use.   And yet
> that is not happening.
> Why not i wonder?
That certainly is a very interesting question.

And the answer is that components generally aren't particularly reusable,
as they tend to be too tightly integrated with each other. Components are
for making plugins to frameworks, and hence you can use a component
architecture when you build a framework. (Zope3 tried building the
framework OF components, but that IMO proved to be too complex).

Reusability comes in the forms of libraries, services and frameworks.
Hence, in your case, as you are building a new web site, you need a good
website framework. There are many good Python web framework to choose
between to get things done quickly. ZTK is not one of those. Neither in my
opinion is Grok, which was a valiable attempt to make Zope 3 development
less complex.

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