Django in a high-level Python web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.
A complete high-level web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design. Available are documentation, code, examples, project wiki, blog, and ticket system, community news feed, and links to discussion groups and IRC. [Open source, BSD license]
CMS Apps Comparison
Offers a comparison of the CMS modules to use with the framework.
The Django Book
A complete and free online book about Django written by its creators, covering topics such as programming, testing, and deployment. A comment and feedback system is also active.
A directory of reusable open-source applications and packages written for the Django framework, organized by category, with feature comparisons and code-activity monitoring.
A repository of useful and reusable code for use with the Django framework, organized by popularity and tags.
A directory of web sites and services created with Django, with tagging, voting, and commenting on each site.
An integrated collection of Django applications that provides the most commonly needed social networking features, including openID support, email verification, site announcements, user-to-user messaging, friend invitations, interest groups with discussions, wikis. [Open-Source, MIT License]
A brief, high-level, and non-technical description of the Django web framework.
Last update:November 15, 2015 at 12:18:19 UTC