We've curated a list of the best Python libraries for web development with lots of awesome projects related to Django!
🔗 GitHub: [https://github.com/ml-tooling/best-of-web-python](https://github.com/ml-tooling/best-of-web-python)
The list is fully automated via GitHub Actions, so it will never get outdated. Every week it collects metadata from GitHub and package managers, calculates quality scores to rank projects inside categories, and identifies trending projects.
🎉 We also released a few other best-of lists on Reddit today:
* [best-of-ml-python](https://www.reddit.com/r/MachineLearning/comments/kx8e13/p_bestofmlpython_a_ranked_list_of_awesome_machine/): Python libraries for machine learning.
* [best-of-python](https://github.com/ml-tooling/best-of-python): General overview of Python libraries & tools.
* [best-of-python-dev](https://github.com/ml-tooling/best-of-python-dev): Python developer tools and libraries.
* [best-of-jupyter](https://www.reddit.com/r/IPython/comments/kx8v15/p_bestofjupyter_a_ranked_list_of_awesome_jupyter/): Jupyter Notebook, Hub, and Lab projects.
6 thoughts on “best-of-web-python: A ranked list of awesome Python libraries for web development with lots of Django utilities”
This looks really promising. I’m a fan of the automated curation component. That basically fixes my number one gripe about the myriad `awesome-xyz` lists out there. Kudos!
THis is a great list, thanks for the effort. It’s really handy. I really like the top-level categories, makes the word soup of google python searches easier to understand.
Really nice. I think this would help keep the list updated with the changing trends.!! Thanks
nice work! good to know trend
Great job, thanks for sharing a valuable resources with us.