Python is a general-purpose programming language that allows you to integrate your systems more effectively and work more quickly. It is widely used and its syntax allows coders to express concepts in fewer lines of code than would be possible in other programming languages. Python provides constructs intended to enable clear programs on a large and small scale.

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Most referenced libraries

A sample module
References: 0 | License: unknown
OAuth Support for Django REST Framework
References: 0 | License: BSD
3. Butteur
a preprocessor to write beamers slide more easily
References: 0 | License: GPL-3.0+
Run-async is a plugin for Run.
References: 0 | License: MIT
5. aja
Buildout-based deployment made safe and easy
References: 0 | License: GPL
6. pcore
A Python package that provides various core tools
References: 0 | License: GPL-3.0, GPL-3.0
7. pyZZUF
Python implementation of zzuf mutator - little bit-flip atomic bomb
References: 0 | License: GPL-3.0
Exposure fusion of multiple images
References: 0 | License: GPL, GPL-2.0
Installs Marionette as an extension on an FxOS device
References: 0 | License: MPL-2.0
Mock object framework
References: 0 | License: Apache-2.0

Most followed libraries

1. Django
A high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.
Followers: 178 | License: BSD
Python HTTP for Humans.
Followers: 39 | License: Apache-2.0
A lightweight REST framework for Django.
Followers: 31 | License: BSD
4. Flask
A microframework based on Werkzeug, Jinja2 and good intentions
Followers: 29 | License: BSD
Followers: 25 | License: MIT
Database Abstraction Library
Followers: 22 | License: MIT
7. ipython
IPython: Productive Interactive Computing
Followers: 21 | License: BSD
8. raven
Raven is a client for Sentry
Followers: 20 | License: BSD
9. Pillow
Python Imaging Library (fork)
Followers: 19 | License: Standard PIL License
10. celery
Distributed Task Queue
Followers: 18 | License: BSD

Currently updated libraries

Junos 'EZ' automation for non-programmers
References: 0 | License: Apache-2.0
Base module for Account Cut-offs
References: 0 | License: AGPL-3.0
Helper library to experiment with HTML fingerprinting.
References: 0 | License: MIT
This library contains a few convenient Python functions for accessing data from the Biocode FIMS database.
References: 0 | License: MIT
Extension for tracking Jupyter Notebook history
References: 0 | License: BSD-3-Clause
Wrapper for API
References: 0 | License: CC-BY-SA-4.0
Utility package to run CHM jobs on clusters
References: 0 | License: unknown
Account Credit Control
References: 0 | License: AGPL-3.0
Distributed Task Queue
References: 0 | License: BSD
Makes destination package mandatory on stock pack operations
References: 0 | License: AGPL-3.0

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