Django or Flask which should I learn?
As a Python learner what should I learn now for web development?
Looks like you made up your mind, so I wish you luck. It'll be useful to learn career wise. But my advice would've been Flask if you're a beginner or it's a small / simple site. And Django if it's going to be a big and complex site. Not to say Flask can't be complex, and that Django can't be simple, it's just I think they're better suited to those. Nothing wrong with a small site btw.
As I have learned from several YouTubers on Django and Flask,I think it's better for me to learn Django, though it is not simple at the beginning but it has vast libraries and support network.
First Flask. It is easier and if you know your way around Flask you can learn django much quicker.
@himanshu Rai you can build your website (just purchase a domain) at blogger.com of Google . It's free. If not wish to purchase a domain then your website address has an extension (blogspot.com)
Django is a very rich web framework of Python 3. Basic knowledge on Python 3 and HTML is required to work with Django. Django now supports only Python 3 not Python 2. Django has Django-Responsive for building responsive website Django-responsive a utility application for building responsive websites in Django. This tool is meant to complement the use of CSS media queries and help solve problems with fixed width elements such as advertisements or embedded video.
You can easily build it by Django, it's a very rich web framework of Python. Django has Django-Responsive. Django-responsive a utility application for building responsive websites in Django. This tool is meant to complement the use of CSS media queries and help solve problems with fixed width elements such as advertisements or embedded video. For this you have to learn Python 3, Django and HTML. Learning Python is very helpful for today's reality, which will open doors for Data Science, Artificial Intelligence and many more.
What about the experience working with Flask with python3 basically import from flask?