Working with the Stream API and the Django Framework for Python
Django is a Python based web framework that has been around for many years yet remains as popular as ever. It has stood up well to the test of time primarily thanks to its rich feature-set, quality documentation, and a resilient developer community.
Django is proven as a fast, scalable and secure base for high-traffic social networks and feature-rich web applications. It was the framework of choice for extremely successful sites like Disqus and Instagram.
Django promotes a model-view-template architectural pattern. It includes a built-in and eponymously named template coding language which influenced many other frameworks. At the same time also supports popular alternatives, such as Jijna2. ReST and RPC style web APIs can be built directly on Django or the popular the Django Rest Framework extension (which we’re proud to sponsor). It was also one of the first web frameworks to include a robust ORM, migrations, and support for a wide range of SQL databases.