Django learns from other’s mistakes
Historically, the earliest content management (CMS) platforms were crippled by numerous functional and security limitations. These problems deeply affected the quality of web development around the world. Their rigid platforms pushed developers to begin scribbling out codes at random to create an alternative, scalable CMS. The result was Django – a free, open-source, lightweight and advanced CMS. As it is built and maintained by experienced developers, it takes the hassle out of web development.
Django is a high-level Python framework. It is highly intuitive and contains a unique drag and drop interface. This helps it extend end-to-end support for multilingual publishing, encourages rapid development and promotes clean pragmatic design. Crucially, the CMS can be integrated with other Django applications rapidly, in order to create new, easily-compatible apps.