I actually had been wondering what a WebOb app would look like after reading one of Ian Bicking’s posts where he handled a form using it. Here’s a more detailed example, and it looks fantastic in its simplicity.
One thing I don’t like about Pylons is all the code it generated and put in my project. There also seems to be a lot of code for a system which is known for its limited yet flexible approach. WebOb removes a lot of that “framework” and gives you a clean, simple project. Right now, Pylons isn’t doing much for me. Frankly, the webhelpers library has been more beneficial. My next project will likely be a WebOb one.