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Tahaga
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Damn, Django is awesome 😍

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  • 1
    I haven't used it much, is it better than Flask?
  • 2
    @coolq no idea tbh, never used flask 😅
  • 0
    If you like Django you're going to like react native
  • 0
    Maybe, but what about restful API support? Is not official and the external library is not very well documented. Unless you write your own code...
  • 9
    Yeah, it was really awesome the way he blew the house in the end
  • 2
    I love django docs... its written for kids in kindergarten
  • 2
    @coolq almost same as flask... but in flask we have to install all the packages the we need. Django comes woth batteries included. And that Admin page though
  • 4
    Hello sir, Do you have time to talk about Node.js? 😂😂
  • 0
    After checking out django few months ago, I lost interest in django. It was simply bec I feel nodejs is more robust n flexible.

    Ps. I've worked on nodejs for 2 years
  • 0
    The querysets are awesome. Been working on Django for almost two years now.
  • 0
    @coolq depends on what you’re doing but yes.
    Flask is more for small lightweight quick jobs but nonetheless powerful.
  • 1
    @azous Seems like nobody chose to react to this.. but hillarious! 😂😂
  • 0
    @codingghost what about Rest Django is not "very well documented" shit is simple and has great docs.
  • 0
    @htlr no because sometimes I need to provide my userbase with great relational data support, an admin interface and analitics solutions which Python greatly provides. And this is comming from someone that loves Node. Right tool for the right job man.
  • 0
    @coolq better is subjective. Personally I prefer flask because it feels like playing with legos and I get to adapt only the things that I need. But Django is amazing and not as hard as some claim it to be. Both are great, just depends.
  • 1
    @AleCx04 is quite good if you deal with simple stuff. But if you need to represent complex json objects it might be a nightmare. You will find yourself diving with nested serializers and their relationships. The docs do not cover everything as far as I remember. I found myself more productive writing my own, more explicit, serializers. But it might be a personal opinion.
  • 0
    @codingghost the docs do not need to cover absolutely everything if you know what you are doing although I will concede that it is nice to have great docs for those that do not have the time to dive in. I have found 0 issues on my behalf.
  • 1
    @deepmind
    Ahhh I see.

    @LogicBomb
    Mm, I agree. Especially since Flask comes in individual packages you can choose what you want.

    @shb743
    I'll check it out tomorrow, can't wait!

    @AleCx04
    Agreed.
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