Python as the base language for ASP.NET
One of the developers of IronPython
(.NET-implementation of the Python language
) published in his blog a
post with the announcement of the new version of the implementation of the IronPython integration
as the base language for developing ASP.NET
The package for ASP.NET comes with an example application. Here is a piece of code that implements two handlers for ASP.NET: page load and button click:
The IronPython and ASP.NET integration package is open source licensed under the Apache 2.0 license.
This release is notable for the fact that it contains the source codes of the Microsoft.Scripting.AspNet.dll assembly under an open source license.
You can download the IronPython and ASP.NET integration package at this direct link
For ease of development, you may want to install the IronPython tools for Visual Studio