Django was designed to help developers take applications from concept to completion as quickly as possible.
Django takes security seriously and helps developers avoid common security mistakes. Think of XSS, CSRF, SQL injection, ClickJacking, Host header validation and Session security.
Some of the busiest sites on the web rely on Django's ability to scale quickly and flexibly. For example Dropbox, Instagram, Disqus, Pinterest and BitBucket are developed using Django.
Flexible and pragmatic
We use Django in our development for various applications. It is a flexible and pragmatic platform that we can use for a all kinds of directions. Django is well suited to develop a backend for your application including APIs, admin interface and testing. The scalability and modular design makes it an excellent choice for the development of future-oriented (web) applications.
By default, Django provides an admin interface in which to see the different models and data and editable.
Thanks to Django REST framework the framework provides a powerful and flexible toolkit for developing APIs for various applications.
ORM en Databases
Django works with an object-relational mapper (ORM) to link a relational database such as MySQL or PostgreSQL to objects.