I work a little with web.py framework and I like a lot the view definition.
For each view you define a class and in that class you can define two method, GET and POST. If the http request is a GET request the GET method will be called and if http request is a POST request the POST method is called.
Then you can define common stuff in another method that could be called inside each method, and you have a class for each view.
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from django.http import HttpResponse as response from django.http import HttpResponseNotAllowed class ViewClass: def __call__(self, request, *args, **kwargs): self.request = request methods = ['POST', 'GET'] self.methods = [method for method in dir(self)\ if callable(getattr(self, method)) and method in methods] if request.method in self.methods: view = getattr(self, request.method) return view(*args, **kwargs) else: return HttpResponseNotAllowed(self.methods) class IndexView(ViewClass): def GET(self): return response("all ok %s" % self.request.method) def POST(self): return response("all ok %s" % self.request.method) index = IndexView()
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