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Flask or Django??

Flask or Django which is better for Beginner Python web developer gays?

19th Nov 2020, 8:53 AM
Rowshan Siddiki
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I'd suggest going with Flask. Apart from being lightweight, it allows you to do things your own way with basic stuff unlike Django which is highly opinionated. I started with Flask now Django feels like a stroll 😎 All in all, you can't really say which is better. They both have their highs and lows. Happy Coding 😀
19th Nov 2020, 9:24 AM
Tomiwa Joseph
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I think FLASK is much bettet than Django.... Go for Flask
19th Nov 2020, 8:58 AM
Sudhanshu Kumar Bhawsinghka
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Aryan D'cruz What micro framework means is that it does not contain everything you need, just enough to get you running. You have to install anything else you need yourself. It doesn't mean it can't do macro / large shhhh😃 No knowledge is a waste. Also "flask isn't used anywhere" is exaggerated 😅😅. This is not entirely true. Pinterest use / used flask for a long time before switching to Django. Twillo did too. Therefore saying that flask has no job opportunities is far fetched. Simply state your opinion without any framework shaming 😅🤣 Stay Coded✌️
27th Dec 2020, 5:44 PM
Tomiwa Joseph
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thanks brother
19th Nov 2020, 9:39 AM
Rowshan Siddiki
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Note that Flask is a micro-framework.. And Django is a complete web framework.. Learning Django as a beginner maybe tough.. But I'd recommend go with the best! Go for Django cuz it's soo powerful.. Flask is good too but for small projects.. Google uses Django FYI, YouTube uses Django too FYI... Flask isn't used anywhere.. Once you become a web dev, you will prolly be using Django cuz it's a complete web framework.. Some people say learn Flask first and then Django, but later on the time and effort put in for learning Flask was wasted because no job wants a micro framework.. But Flask is ideal for small projects like a To-do app.. I'd recommend learning Django seriously and then learn Flask for fun..
27th Dec 2020, 5:16 PM
Aryan D'cruz
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Tomiwa Joseph Lol, what you said is very true.. But as for now Django is in demand isn't it? Also, Flask's job opportunities has gone down tremendously.. ofc learning Flask isn't "bad" it's good.. I mean, as I stated "you could use Flask for fun or for small projects".. So basically I'd say Flask is cool too..
27th Dec 2020, 5:49 PM
Aryan D'cruz
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