Django Framework is so important in IT industry

KC Mahendra

KC Mahendra

14 April 2023 - 1 min read

Django is a cross-platform framework that runs on PCs, Macs, Windows, Linux, and other platforms. This allows builders to support any development or production environment.

In between the developer and the data, Django features an ORM layer (Object-relational Mapper). You may use this layer to migrate the entire project to other databases with just a few lines of code changes.

One of the best parts about Django is that it allows you to design and deliver applications more quickly without compromising their security.

This framework comes with security protections activated by default. It features built-in protection against cross-site programming, request forgeries, clickjacking, and SQL injection, among other security threats. Django publishes new security updates regularly, and it responds quickly to security flaws by notifying other frameworks.

Django adopts the Don't Repeat Yourself (DRY) principle, which means that code won't be duplicated but it'll be reused instead. This concept allows the reduction of the codebase, and it also allows better collaboration between the developers.

Most frameworks need you to develop the admin panel yourself, which takes a long time. Django comes with a full-featured web interface automatically built for each project you create.

The setup is well-organized, allowing developers to add, update, and delete users and other app-specific database objects. You may alter or change the admin panel UI using third-party programs and wrappers and add a dashboard.


about the author

Full stack developer having 4 years of industrial experience in designing, development and maintenance of web apps based on Django-Python platforms.worked with different types of relational database(RDBMS) like: Sqlite,mysql,oracle