I think you should learn Django

by Whoamyou3888 - 18-07-2020, 09:47 AM
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Posted: 18-07-2020, 09:47 AM
Trust me, Django is awesome. Is a framework , if you are good in python , Django won't take you much time to learn trust me . With Django less stress more fun
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Posted: 18-07-2020, 05:53 PM
What's so good about Django? What makes it better than the other modern frameworks available?
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Posted: 23-07-2020, 02:26 PM
well in my own opinion..
(1) No matter in which development field you are in. There will be a time when you have to create a website or web app so if you happen to be a PYTHON DEVELOPER and looking/will look for a backend framework for your website or application, learn django
(2) the django framework built with python prides itself as a batteries-included framework... What that means is that it comes with a lot of stuff out of the box, that you may or may not use depending on your application. Instead of having to write your own code (the power), you just need to import the packages that you want to use something you will also relate with if you use Asp.net or Spring snd something you won't see in nodejs/express.
Django batteries span a wide range of topics that include:
- Authentication with auth package
- Admin interfacing with admin package
- Session management with Sessions package
- Managing temporary or session-based messages with Messages package
- Generating Google sitemap XML with Sitemaps package
- Postgres special features with Postgres Package
- Hooking into “types” of content with content types framework
(3) easy to learn since its built with python
(4) it has huge community support thanks to python
and many more..
it also depends on where you are.. starting out in web development, you might want to focus on javascript as it has become the language of the web, both frontend and backend. also the web framework you choose to learn should probably depend on the programming language you are already familiar with and also the opportunities available in your locality
with that been said .. do some more research
thank you
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Posted: 15-09-2020, 10:02 PM
DJANGO PYTHON will be my next stack post MERN stack.
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