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Add-Ons ( 62 )

Pyramid supports extensibility through add-ons.

Application Scaffolding ( 8 )

Development environments are packages which use Pyramid as a core, but offer alternate services and scaffolding. Each development environment presents a set of opinions and a "personality" to its users.

other ( 12 )

Anything else that doesn't fit into the other categories.

Projects ( 10 )

Working open-source examples of Pyramid projects. e.g. KARL Project

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0usersWerkzeug A flexible WSGI implementation and toolkit
0userspyramid_subscribers_beaker_https_session subscriber to provide for beaker https-only sessions
4userspyramid_jinja2 Jinja2 templating system bindings for the Pyramid web framework
5userspyramid_tm Centralized transaction management for Pyramid applications (without middleware)
0usersgaq_hub lightweight google analytics support, with helpers for pyramid and pylons

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The Khufu Project is the umbrella name of all components provided under name khufu_ running on the Pyramid web framework.

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