Django

Django

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About Django

The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines

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Pros of Django

Developing a simple prototype can be very fast 
ORM support out of the box
Top notch documentation and help from community 
Highly customizable 
Has an admin panel out of the box
Mature software with many plugins developed over the years 
Clear and defined MVC organization 
Simple database management

Cons of Django

Can feel bloated for small projects
Routing requires some knowledge of regular expressions
The documentation does not cover real-world scenarios
Template errors fail silently by default