Django is a free and open-source collection of libraries written in Python, which follows the model-view-template-controller (MVTC) architectural pattern. It is one of the most popular server-side web frameworks with the motto being ‘Don’t Repeat Yourself’. It is maintained by the Django Software Foundation (DSF), an independent non-profit organization.
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Django - A Python Web Framework for Perfectionists with Deadlines
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A Beginner's Guide to Python Web Frameworks
A web framework is a collection of packages or modules which allow developers to write web applications or services quickly, without getting into the details of network protocols or network socket programming. Web frameworks encapsulate what developers have learned over the past 20 years while programming sites and applications for the web. Frameworks make it easier to reuse code for common HTTP operations and structure the projects so that other developers can quickly build the projects with the knowledge of the same framework.
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Primer: Python First Class Functions and Decorators
Python functions are a lot more flexible than you would think. They are much more than just code generation specifications for a compiler. They are full-blown objects stored in pieces of memory as such that they can be freely passed around a program and called indirectly. They also support operations that have little to do with calls at all like Attribute storage and Annotation.