Verified Commit 04f9a69c authored by Manuel Vazquez Acosta's avatar Manuel Vazquez Acosta
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......@@ -11,13 +11,13 @@ code-level structures (mainly classes) and allows to bind them together in
disciplined way.
Gravity is best friends with `static typing <mypy_>`__ and Python regular
inheritance. Gravity has many other friends like Django_, SQLAlchemy_,
Pydantic_, FastAPI_ and many others; even though, they some of them can't be
in the same party most of the time.
inheritance. Gravity has more friends like Django_, SQLAlchemy_, Pydantic_,
FastAPI_ and many others; even though some of them can't be in the same party
at the same time.
Gravity is designed to be as easy as possible to party and integrate with some
chosen friend, but she is also very friendly to be introduced to new ones.
Every layer of her is `fully documented <Gravity_>`__.
Gravity is designed to be as easy as possible to party with and integrate with
some chosen friend, but she is also very friendly and likes to be introduced
to new ones. Every layer of her is `fully documented <Gravity_>`__.
Why does Gravity exist?
=======================
......@@ -33,9 +33,9 @@ splitting a single model in several classes; now I'm coming back to Django,
and I need more or less the same without complicating the DB layout or
disrupting the Universe with microclusters of services.
In its own way, Gravity is my attempt to unify all those years of experience
without tying myself to a single framework, many of which are suitable only
for a small part of the possible architectures allowed.
In her own way, Gravity is my attempt to unify all those years of experience
without tying myself to be kept into a single framework, many of which are
suitable only for a small part of the possible architectures.
Do I need Gravity?
==================
......@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ If you are doing a micro-something or a web site to manage a TODO list, maybe
Gravity is not for you. You might just stick with Django, SQLAlchemy + Flask
or Pyramid or whatever you're comfortable with.
If, on the other hand, your project is becoming more complex and you need to
If on the other hand, your project is becoming more complex and you need to
start organizing you code into different around concerns *of the same basic
model*, then you might benefit from Gravity to help you make all those thing
fall into place while retaining a clear source code separation and the
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......@@ -11,13 +11,13 @@ code-level structures (mainly classes) and allows to bind them together in
disciplined way.
Gravity is best friends with `static typing <mypy_>`__ and Python regular
inheritance. Gravity has many other friends like Django_, SQLAlchemy_,
Pydantic_, FastAPI_ and many others; even though, they some of them can't be
in the same party most of the time.
inheritance. Gravity has more friends like Django_, SQLAlchemy_, Pydantic_,
FastAPI_ and many others; even though some of them can't be in the same party
at the same time.
Gravity is designed to be as easy as possible to party and integrate with some
chosen friend, but she is also very friendly to be introduced to new ones.
Every layer of her is `fully documented <Gravity_>`__.
Gravity is designed to be as easy as possible to party with and integrate with
some chosen friend, but she is also very friendly and likes to be introduced
to new ones. Every layer of her is `fully documented <Gravity_>`__.
Why does Gravity exist?
=======================
......@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ If you are doing a micro-something or a web site to manage a TODO list, maybe
Gravity is not for you. You might just stick with Django, SQLAlchemy + Flask
or Pyramid or whatever you're comfortable with.
If, on the other hand, your project is becoming more complex and you need to
If on the other hand, your project is becoming more complex and you need to
start organizing you code into different around concerns *of the same basic
model*, then you might benefit from Gravity to help you make all those thing
fall into place while retaining a clear source code separation and the
......@@ -56,8 +56,8 @@ What is this "xotl" stuff before "gravity"?
===========================================
'xotl' is both a namespace for many of the packages done by `Merchise
Autrement`_, and a word in Nahualt_. It seams to have
`different<https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/xotl>`_ `meanings
Autrement`_, and a word in Nahualt_. It seems to have
`different<https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/xotl>`_ `several meanings
<https://nahuatl.uoregon.edu/content/xotl>`_; although we selected it because
we found it meant 'foundation' or 'base'. According to most sources I can
find now, it is pronounced like 'chotl'; however, it seems that 'x' in Nahualt
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