The redundant frameworks mania has eventually infected Python as well ☺ I though this craze was only peculiar to Java and Javascript, but Python hasn’t been immune to it either.

Personally, I’ve been using Flask for building web apps for the past few years. Django a few times too, even if I’m not a big fan of it. I don’t see why anyone would want to build a new framework, when those two already cover any possible use case for a web app that I could come up with.

Did we really need so many additional frameworks to do the exact same thing that those frameworks have been doing for a decade or more, just with a bit of async syntax sugar to follow the new trend?

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