I choose Python, just because I know how to write code in python, beforehand. It was time to go shopping for some good frameworks to develop this thing. No doubt, finally I had to decide between Django and Flask. I choose flask. It was damn too simple, or at least it seemed like that. I tried the simple hello.py script which displays "hello world" on the localhost port 5000.
I tried that in emacs, but immediately felt the need for an IDE in this foreign land. I looked in my 'Downloads' folder, and luckily there was Aptana Studio 3 still sitting there. I used to have it installed when I was into PHP last year. Since then, it got removed and thrown into a corner. I installed it. I really loved Aptana back then, for it's usability. But now, it started to act like a stubborn child, refusing to detect Flask. I googled and googled, but alas, no way. Many people seemed to be having the same problem, and the only solution I saw didn't work.
Seeing no way, I uninstalled Aptana, and googled for other good IDEs. PyCharm was what most were recommending. I decided to give it a try. Turned out, it was a memory hogger. Both my CPUs were doing a constant 100% and other windows turned sluggish too. About half a tonne of RAM was what it was utilizing, with a single .py file open with 4 lines of text in it. No way, again. Removed it, and went to eat some food. Damn.
I was not ready to go to the sluggish Eclipse again, nor Netbeans for the same reason. Finally I settled for Komodo Edit, free lite version of the commercial Komodo IDE. It lacks many things that you will ask for in an IDE, and it is a little better than using bare emacs or vim. Still, for now, I am using it. Configured it to execute python script right inside the window following this tutorial, http://stackoverflow.com/questions/21686395/how-to-run-the-first-python-program-in-komodo-edit-8-5
Life's good, but just hoping to learn flask for my next project as fast as I can.