Frappe is a full-stack web framework & is a bit different from the traditional ones like Django or Flask. In this blog, you will get a head-to-head comparison between Django & Frappe. We will then move on to the best use case & challenges of Frappe.
When we talk about frameworks in Python, Frappe is a bit different from the traditional & popular ones like Django and Flask. Before we bombard you with information & importance about Frappe, let’s look at the head-to-head comparison between Django & Frappe. We will then move on to the best use case of Frappe to make it easy for you to visualize & decide if you want to proceed further.
At Coditation, we have a checklist while choosing any framework. We are sharing one in which we compare the two giant frameworks, Django & Frappe. Let us take a look below:
Now that you looked at the above comparison, you might be wondering if this is not such a great community & the documentation is inadequate, why should I invest my time learning this?
Let us answer this for you.
Source - https://frappeframework.com/
If you want to develop data-driven applications like eCommerce, ERP, etc. without wasting much time and with amazing features built-in:
It’s been one of the most amazing experiences with Frappe and we are looking forward to accepting more challenges we may face here in the future.
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