Django is a high-level Python web development framework used for building web application at scale with speed. The framework adhere to a clean and pragmatic design that lets developers develop rapidly. Django ships as a "batteries included" framework and contains many of the features needed for most web applications such as an admin panel, an ORM and templating language. It takes much of the hassle out of web development and lets developers focus on writing their application instead of focusing on authentication, authorization and security.
Pros & Cons of Django
Django takes security seriously and includes prevention mechanisms for common attack vectors like Cross-site request forgery (CSRF), SQL Injections and XSS attacks.
Django has one of the biggest and friendliest communities in web development. If you have a question you can always find the answer on stackoverflow, tutorials, blog posts or in various community channels.
Django Admin Panel
Django comes with an admin panel that is automatically created around your database and models. Allowing you to quickly add, delete and edit data in your database. This is handy from early on in development to management of production applications.
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