Django for database driven web application is OK?
jzgoda at o2.usun.pl
Wed Oct 3 09:46:53 CEST 2007
> I'm new to both Django and Python. I'm mainly developing on PHP.
> I tend to move to Django. But I want to confirm as below:
> I heard that Django is mainly used for something like content management,
> CMS or something
> like that and Rails is mainly for web applications.
> So my question: is it true or not?
> For rapid web application development, can I use Django to create intranet
> database web driven
> application in my company for example: empoyees time management, goods
> import/export management,
> salary management etc?
No. Yes. I mean, Django is good in building CMS-like apps but is not a
framework for building CMS-like apps. For example, the largest community
site in Poland http://grono.net/ is built with Django. My company does
other interesting things in Django, completely unrelated to CMS/web
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