- it appears to have a simple design, as you’d expect of something built on top of sinatra,
- it rolls in the various elements that you’d expect for a fully fledged web framework (i.e. orm, database, mailer) but makes no commitments to the particular modules used for each *
- it had a default Admin interface (which is a huge win for Django IMO).
There’s quite a bit of supporting material on the web, but my impression after a few hours is that it’s still pretty beta and has a strong leaning towards RHEL linux. So this post details the steps I had to take to be able to work through the basic project guide with Ubuntu Lucid Lynx. Continue reading “Installing Padrino on Ubuntu / Debian”