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SQL Anywhere support for Python was first added a year ago with the release of SQL Anywhere 11.0.0. The code for the Python driver is open source, and publicly hosted on Google Code . To further broaden our Python support, we have recently created a SQL Anywhere driver for one of Python’s most popular web development frameworks, Django .

Django is a, “high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.” Django includes its own Object-relational-mapper framework that allows programmers to interact with the database using only Python objects. However unlike some other ORMs, it does allow programmers to drop into SQL at any time.

If you have never tried Django, one of its features that is worth checking out is the slick administration panel that Django automatically creates.

Similar to the Python driver, the Django code is open source, and publicly hosted on Google Code. If you have any feedback or questions, feel free to ask them on the SQL Anywhere Web Development forum.

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