[Baypiggies] Django frontend alternatives
python at dylanreinhardt.com
Thu Jan 14 16:22:19 CET 2010
It's tough to know how to answer this, as it isn't clear what problem you
Jquery is not a required component of an AJAX system... Django can handle
AJAX just fine out of the box. But lots of people *do* use jquery with
Django, so it shouldn't be difficult to find information on that.
Can jquery work for your situation? Almost certainly. Will it make your
site faster or make you a more productive programmer? Maybe. Without
knowing more about your project, it's difficult to say very much.
As for templates, Python is blessed with many fine templating systems.
Whatever system fits your style best, I would guess someone has documented
how to integrate it with Django.
You haven't said what makes Django templates unsuited for your purposes, but
I use lots of AJAX and they work just fine for me. Without knowing more
about the problems you're anticipating, it's tough to offer many specific
On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 4:51 AM, Meenal Pant <meenalpant at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello friends,
> I am sending this email again as the previous one got lost somewhere,
> sorry for duplicates if anyone sees two of these :)
> I am working on a new Django project with a heavy ajax frontend
> alongwith graphs, buttons, forms etc. I am wondering if anyone has
> suggestions for alternative front end technologies tha Django Template
> engine which are more suited for Ajax.
> At this point I have thought of using Django Templates with Jquery for
> Ajax and Blueprint CSS for style.
> Thoughts, comments , suggestions are much appreciated,
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