Flatland manages the mapping between structured Python application data and the flat key/value namespace of forms. Features include:
- Declarative form specification
- Conversion to and from native Python types and Unicode
- Structured data: lists, dicts, lists of dicts, etc.
- Schema-driven, directed expansion of incoming key/value pairs- only expected request data is examined and parsed
- Compound fields
- Strong value defaulting, pre-populating re-populating and roundtripping
- Namespacing: easily manage multiple forms in a single page
- Works on form and JSON data
released on 28 December 2009
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