WebCore is a nanoframework, a fraction of the size of competing "microframeworks", and culmination of more than ten years of web development experience. It provides a clean API for standard points of extension while strongly encouraging model, view, controller separation. Being less than 400 source lines of code (SLoC; excluding comments and documentation) and containing more comments and lines of documentation than lines of code, WebCore is built to be insanely easy to test, adapt, and use, allowing any developer familiar with programming (not just Python programming) to be able to read and understand the entirety of the framework in an evening. Really; that's it. (It can be made into one line if you're willing to make the import ugly using __import__.) The Application class represents a standard Python WSGI application, the rest is up to you to pick the components that best fit your own needs.