An Introduction to Django
“The web framework for perfectionists with deadlines.” It’s a tagline that aptly describes Django, a framework that has been around for over 10 years now. It is battle-tested and widely used, with more and more people using it every day. All this might make you think that Django is old and no longer relevant. On the contrary – its longevity has proved that its API is reliable and consistent, and even those who learned Django v1.0 in 2007 can mostly write the same code for Django 4 today. Django is still in active development, with bug fixes and security patches being released monthly.
Like Python, the language in which it is written, Django is easy to learn, yet powerful and flexible enough to grow with your needs. ...