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Back once again to Django
« on: April 05, 2024, 06:10 PM »
Over a decade ago I used Django, the Python web development / content management infrastructure.
I used it for a web project that was eventually abandoned.
A few years after that I started my own library for doing somewhat similar things on a smaller scale (mewlo), focused on providing user-management infrastructure, but that eventually was abandoned unfinished.
I had a love-hate relationship with Django.
I've recently gone back to it to work on a web service for my board game system, and I am finding myself impressed by its suitability to get up and running with code quickly, providing lots of scaffolding for managing data, etc.
So far it's been more love than hate, but I'm just getting started.
Anyone have experience with Django recently?