On Thu, 2003-06-26 at 14:28, Aaron Held wrote:
> The same differences between a java servlet runner and JSP.
> Webkit is a servlet runner. It takes python applications and spins them
> in RAM until they are called upon byt your browser.
> PSP is a templating language that embeds Python into HTML.
Moreso, the PSP plugin turns PSP scripts into servlets, so PSP is
entirely built upon WebKit. A better question is what are the
advantages of writing your application in Python servlets, vs. PSP
servlets. I would say -- control logic is best done in Python servlets,
while PSP (or another template system) is best for producing output.
Note that PSP in Webware is like JSP, while there are several other
things called PSP that are more similar to ASP or PHP.