Django

Have you ever wondered why most back-end engineers tend to love Django? Well it is because Django was developed in a fast-paced newsroom environment, it was designed to make common Web-development tasks fast and easy. I will list few features of Django i find exceptional in this blog.

  1. Designing your model: Although you can use Django without a database, it comes with an object-relational mapper in which you describe your database layout in Python code.
  2. Data model Syntax: Django offers many rich ways of representing your models — so far, it’s been solving many years’ worth of database-schema problems.
  3. Free Python API: Django allows the use of the API provided by Python which allow easy accessibility of your Data. The API is created on the fly, no code generation necessary.
  4. Dynamic Admin Interface: Once models are defined, Django can automatically create a professional, production ready administrative interface — a website that lets authenticated users add, change and delete objects.
  5. And lastly is the Designing of URLs: Django provides a clean, elegant URL scheme which is an important detail in a high-quality Web application. Django encourages beautiful URL design and doesn’t put any cruft in URLs, like .php or .asp.

This is just a quick overview of Django’s Functionality, some more useful features:
A caching framework that integrates with memcached or other back-ends.
A syndication framework that makes creating RSS and Atom feeds as easy as writing a small Python class.

PS: Django Documentation has been helpful towards this write-up.

SWE| DevOps Engineer| Terminal Freak| Data Scientist| Building Community| https://adefemi171.github.io

SWE| DevOps Engineer| Terminal Freak| Data Scientist| Building Community| https://adefemi171.github.io