Deploying services via the web using a lightweight Python library


There's a lot of enabling technology freely available: HTML5, CSS3, ES6 Javascript, and Python with its myriad libraries. After deploying a number of standalone web solutions based on Python with BaseHTTPServer, I found a core set of repeated techniques. These were factored to a Python module "chore", and the app source shrank considerably.

But what do you do once you have a lean, simple, and powerful implementation tool? Write stuff, of course. What began as a way to factor out repetition from Python based web application servers morphed into a suite of useful services based on that same "chore" module.

The current applications available

Open source apps using "chore"

There's also some apps which leverage "chore".