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Django: Python web framework

Posted on Saturday, January 8th, 2011 in code, Development by the machinegeek

Django is a high-level Python Web Framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design. It is known for it’s extensive documentation. Django is Open Source Software (BSD license).

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3 Responses to “Django: Python web framework”

  1. Markus Gritsch says:

    I found using web2py (http://web2py.com/) very easy and powerful at the same time. It is also open source and licensed under LGPLv3. I tried Django too, but didn’t get that in love with it.

  2. I’m a long time user of Django and recently I switched to Flask and I haven’t looked back.

  3. Drone says:

    Why the post on Django, as if it is something new? There are at least a dozen Python application frameworks out there, just Google or Wikipedia “WSGI”.

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