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What is WSGI?

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The WSGI has two sides:

  • the server/gateway side. This is often running full web server software such as Apache or Nginx.
  • the application/framework side....

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A WSGI middleware component is a Python callable that is itself a WSGI application, but may handle requests by delegating to other WSGI applications. These applications can themselves be WSGI middl...

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Why is WSGI necessary?

A traditional web server does not understand or have any way to run Python applications. 

Therefore the Python community came up with WSGI as a standard interface that modules and contai...

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Why use WSGI and not just point a web server directly at an application?

  • WSGI gives you flexibility. Application developers can swap out web stack components for others....

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