I currently develop with Django and use Wagtail CMS. I've also
used Django Channels on a couple of projects. As much as I like
Django, however, (and I really have come to like it), I am SO
impressed with H2O Wave!! I could easily see H2O Wave becoming
the go-to platform for Python developers. IMHO there are three
things that would make it the IDEAL development platform, period:
- Compatability with PonyORM. I've never been entirely
satisfied with the syntax of Django's ORM, and I love the pure
Pythonic syntax of PonyORM. I've never used it, but I want to
badly. Perhaps PonyORM can already be used with H2oWave.
- A powerful CMS (similar to Wagtail) built on top of H2O Wave.
There is one MAJOR thing that I don't like about Wagtail, and
that is it's use of a page tree as an integral part of the Page
model. I think that the organization of page models should be
separate from the Page model declarations.
- Capability to set up non-websocket views (perhaps you have
this already - I don't remember from my initial look at your
docs a month ago).
Thanks for reading this if you have done so. I'm watching H2O
with great interest and expectation!