Dynamic Web Framework
Django is a Python web framework that promotes quick development and clean, logical design. It was created by experienced developers to take care of most of the pain of web development, allowing you to focus on building your app instead of reinventing the wheel. It's open source and free.
Django is compatible with a comprehensive set of third-party libraries for web servers, caching, performance management, clustering, and balancing. Django has support for major email and messaging apps and services such as ReST and OAuth.
Massive Package Support
Due to the extensive developer network and supportive community, there is a good chance that anything you propose to accomplish has already been done. A sizable global developer community gives back to the community by publishing their products as open-source packages.
Today, Django not only powers websites that broadcast news, but also Disqus, Instagram, Pinterest, Bitbucket, Eventbrite, and Zapier, as well as all or a portion of other significant worldwide companies. Because of this, using it as a web framework is strong and dependable.
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. How stable is Django?
It is quite stable. Django has been used by companies such as Disqus, Instagram, Pinterest, and Mozilla for many years. Django-powered websites have withstood traffic spikes of over 50,000 visitors per second.
2. Is Django scalable?
Yes. Hardware is inexpensive in comparison to development time, so Django is built to take advantage of as much hardware as you can throw at it.
The framework’s components, such as its database layer and application layer, are separated. It also has a simple-yet-powerful caching mechanism.
3. Is Django a content management system?
Django, by itself, is not a CMS or a “turnkey product.” It’s a web framework; a programming tool for creating websites.
Django’s automated admin site is amazing and saves precious time. Furthermore, just because Django has specific features for creating content management apps.