Django for Web Development


Django is a high-level Python web framework that enables rapid development of secure and maintainable websites. Built by experienced developers, Django takes care of much of the hassle of web development, so you can focus on writing your app without needing to reinvent the wheel. It is free and open source, has a thriving and active community, great documentation, and many options for free and paid-for support.

Django helps you write software that is:


Django follows the "Batteries included" philosophy and provides almost everything developers might want to do "out of the box". Because everything you need is part of the one "product", it all works seamlessly together, follows consistent design principles, and has extensive and up-to-date documentation.


Django can be (and has been) used to build almost any type of website — from content management systems and wikis, through to social networks and news sites. It can work with any client-side framework, and can deliver content in almost any format (including HTML, RSS feeds, JSON, XML, etc). The site you are currently reading is built with Django!

Internally, while it provides choices for almost any functionality you might want (e.g. several popular databases, templating engines, etc.), it can also be extended to use other components if needed.

Top Pros of Django

1. Django is simple

Django’s documentation is exemplary. It was initially launched with high-quality docs, and they are still maintained at the same level, which makes it easy to use.

More than that, one of Django’s main purposes is to simplify the development process: it covers the basics, so you can focus on the more unique and/or complex features of your project.

2. Django works on Python 

The framework is based on Python — a high-level, dynamic, and interpreted programming language, well-loved by developers.

Although it’s hard to find a language that can cover most programming tasks and problems, Python is a great choice for many of them. It’s one of the most popular languages of 2018, competing with C/++ and Java.

3. Django has many useful features and extras to simplify development 

Django has adopted Python’s “batteries included” approach — the framework has everything necessary to develop a fully fledged application out of the box.

4. Django is time-effective

Is Django development good for  MVPs and prototypes? Yes, thanks to multiple features that make it time- and cost-effective.

5. Django is secure and up-to-date

Django is always kept up to a high standard, following the latest trends in website security and development.Django is updated regularly with security patches, and even if you’re using an older version of the framework, its security is still maintained with new patches.

6. Django suits any kind of project

Django is not an enterprise solution like C# or Java, yet it suits most types of projects, no matter their size. For example, if you’re building a social media type web application, Django can handle the growth at any scale and capacity, be it heavy traffic or volumes of information.

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