Padrino is a Ruby web framework built upon the Sinatra web library.
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Padrino is a Ruby web framework built upon the Sinatra web library. Padrino was created to make it fun and easy to code more advanced web applications while still adhering to the spirit that makes Sinatra great!
Many users love the simplicity and expressiveness of Sinatra but quickly find themselves missing a great deal of functionality provided by other web frameworks such as Rails when building non-trivial applications. Sinatra acts as a thin layer on top of Rack itself and the "micro"-framework is kept light introducing complexities only when required by the particular application.
The goal of Padrino is to stay true to the core principles of Sinatra including a focus on simplicity and modularity. It expands on Sinatra through the addition of standard libraries including helpers, components, and other functionality that are needed in a framework suitable for arbitrarily complex web applications.
The Padrino code base has been kept simple and easy to understand, maintain and enhance. The generator for each new project creates a clean and compact directory structure keeping users code simple and well organized. This framework can be used with ease for web development for a project of any size from your lightweight json web service to a large full-stack web application.