Python-driven Web Applications – Real Python
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"Historically, websites on the Internet were full of plain webpages that offered the exact same information to every user; you would request a page, and the information from that page would be displayed. These webpages were “static” because their content never changed; a web server would simply respond to a user’s request for a webpage by sending along that page, regardless of who the user was or what other actions the user took.
Today, most websites are actually web applications, which offer “dynamic” webpages that can change their content in any number of ways. For instance, a webmail application allows the user to interact with it, displaying all sorts of different information, often while staying in a single webpage.
The idea behind creating a Python-driven web application is that you can use Python code to determine what content to show a user and what actions to take. The code is actually run by the web server that hosts your website, so your user doesn’t need to install anything to use your application; if the user has a browser and an Internet connection, then everything else will be run online."