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Python Django and Flask developer suit

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    Debashis O.

Fast to create web application which scales super well

  • November 05, 2021
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What do you like best?
One of the best things about Django is the python community, meaning every almost library available in the Python ecosystem you can use, you can use it in the Django project.
The Django ORM is steep but once you learn it properly with a little bit of thinking it is really powerful. Using Django ORM and admin app Django builds an Admin Panel automatically which saves a ton of time when developing projects and tuning it can also be used in a production environment.
And Flask is really simple to get started and so small that people can learn it in days.
What do you dislike?
Currently, the async support for both of these projects is not well done. Although you can use other libraries to use those features however it's not easier as it should be.
What problems is the product solving and how is that benefiting you?
Here at my current company we create rest apis for frontend stack to consume. We also provide apis for external partners which might needs to scale to million users.
With djangos focus on rapid development and security we are being able to focus on the actual product and make the features as fast as possible and deliver within the timeline. Djangos ORM is really powerful so we almost never need to write raw SQL for our applications. And built in "authentication" system, "Admin" app means we didn't needed to focus on those part as well.
Recommendations to others considering the product:
Focus on Django basics, ORM and then dive deeper.


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