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For any budding new business, building a website is essential. Websites give consumers easy access to your business, whether they want to buy a product or simply learn more information. In addition, a website is the most reliable way to establish your brand. 

However, every business plan must prioritize speed and efficiency. And this shouldn’t become a lower priority when you start building your website. 

Some software tools, in turn, demonstrate the same interest in simple, fast web development. Django is one example of a Python framework designed to accommodate that interest. 

What Is Django?

Django is an open-source, Python-based web framework developed in 2005. The framework operates via the model-view-controller (MVC) template, a favored architectural pattern amongst web developers. 

MVC patterns use three interconnected elements to organize user interfaces in a conveniently structured manner. Model refers to the data, view corresponds to the user interface, and the controller handles inputs. 

Another important facet of Django is that it seeks to enable ease of creation when it comes to developing websites. 

To do this, Django emphasizes ideas like reusability and pluggability for its components. Less code, low coupling, and rapid development also describe the primary goals of Django. 

Low coupling is often tied to the phrase, “low coupling, high cohesion”. In essence, this means that different modules should be as independent as possible so that future changes to a given module won’t cause unexpected results. 

High cohesion denotes that the elements of Django modules work effectively and with a purpose. Your codebase in Django should be fairly maintainable because any functionality is written concisely, not spread too thin. 

This relates to the overall pluggability of the Django design pattern. Django relies on reusable apps that you can plug into your program. To put it simply, apps or third-party code that follow Django’s reusable app conventions can be inserted into a project with little to no effort.

All these elements of Django work together to supply developers with the potential for rapid development. Rapid application development (RAD) is a software development approach where fast and iterative releases are the principal objective. 

As a result of RAD, development teams can see measurable progress and generate applicable feedback that can be addressed at a later release. 

What Is a Django Developer?

Django developers work within the Django framework and build websites. Categorically, Django developers are web developers. As Django is a Python-based framework, Django developers are also Python developers. 

Since Django’s framework depends on the concepts of pluggability and reusable apps, Django developers must have a full comprehension of these concepts and know how to use them constructively to write easily maintainable code. 

Developers must also have an understanding of object-oriented programming (OOP), object-relational mappers (ORM), and RESTful APIs.

For reference, OOP is a programming paradigm enlisted in Python to manipulate objects intuitively via classes. It helps developers model real-life situations.

An object-relational mapper is how Django connects to application databases. This can be an easier method than using SQL.

RESTful APIs fall under the category of application programming interfaces (APIs). They are a means of integrating your application with other components through existing protocols. 

Professional web developers of any kind should have mastery in regards to implementing these features. 

Why Use Django?

Django has been around for over a decade and has proven to be a reliable, well-established, and time-trusted framework. Developers use Django for two chief reasons: it’s fast and simple.

Fast

Django employs the principles of RAD throughout its framework. The most unique implementation of this feature can be glimpsed through reusable Django apps. 

Using the Python Package Index, Django developers can access Django Packages. Django Packages list a series of reusable Django apps that you can plug into your project to achieve optimal time-efficiency. 

You also have the option of writing a Django app yourself. The base requirement of any reusable Django app is that it serves a single purpose and does it well. This way others can use your app as well with ease.

Simple

It’s difficult to make a framework specialized in rapid development without ensuring that it is simple as well. Fundamental to Django’s design is the DRY philosophy. DRY stands for “Don’t Repeat Yourself” and it goes hand-in-hand with the concept of pluggability. 

Django is also known for taking a “batteries included” approach. Developers are presented with the tools necessary to focus on meeting all functionality requirements without writing exhaustive code. 

To add, Django is also free and open-source so developers who want to make sure that their code is up to standard can always look to their community for advice and relevant modules.

Python itself is also considered to be an easy-to-learn programming language. Its recommended for most beginner programmers, meaning that Django developers at the highest level have no problem showing off their expertise. 

Advantages of Using Django

Once you’ve decided to use Django, you’ll be happy to know Django has an array of useful advantages to support development. Not only will your project development be fast and simple, but you'll be impressed by just how many features Django has. 

Secure 

While it’s not advertised to the same extent as Django’s RAD principles, security is definitely a priority for Django. Right out the box, developers will have solutions to common security issues like clickjacking, cross-site scripting, and SQL injection.

Clickjacking, alternatively known as a UI redress attack, tricks users into clicking on something other than what they intended, potentially leaking confidential information in the aftermath. 

In cross-site scripting, attackers inject malicious scripts into otherwise trusted websites. SQL injection is another form of an injection in which malicious code is placed in SQL statements via web page input.

Multipurpose

The first use of Django was actually to develop a web application of a newspaper publisher called the Lawrence Journal-World. But Django has come far since then. 

Now, diverse industries ranging from healthcare to finance to social media sites use Django to build eCommerce platforms. Other varied uses include customer-relation management (CRM) systems, real estate property evaluation systems, and document management systems.

Cross-platform

Django is cross-platform, meaning you can base your project on a Mac, PC, or Linux distribution. Its ORM makes it possible for developers to migrate applications to major databases with just a few lines of code. 

Companies That Use Django

  • Pinterest
  • Instagram 
  • Coursera
  • Spotify
  • Youtube
  • BitBucket

Reasons to Hire a Django Developer

Building a website is a must for your business, but deciding exactly how to do it entirely up to you. To be fair there are many frameworks for developing websites and even content management systems (CMS’s) that can do the same without any coding required.

However, to be truly competitive you want your website to be original. That requires autonomy that only experienced software developers can provide. At the same time, you see the value in things that can be done fast and simple.

Django might be the framework you need if you’re looking to build a distinctive website but don’t want to overcomplicate things. But to use Django to its full capacity, you need Django developers. 

Hire a Django Developer

When most people think of web development, they think of JavaScript. But it might pay to think outside of the box. 

Python happens to be in the top ten for the most popular programming languages, even ahead of JavaScript. And Django happens to be a popular Python framework for web development. 

Popularity is a self-fulfilling prophecy. Because of the popularity of Python, you’ll find that Django developers are not hard to find. You shouldn’t have a difficult time hiring qualified developers. Even if you do, Trio has your back. 

How do you hire a Django developer?

For those who wish to take the high road and hire Django developers on your own, we’re still here to help. 

Hiring a developer on your own is a very focused and hands-on process that requires considerable knowledge about software development in general.

The last thing you want to do is trust your hiring process to someone with no technical ability. If you are a non-technical manager looking to learn a thing or two, we have a great resource here for you to learn more about the hiring process in detail

Otherwise, we’d recommend you contact Trio for consulting and developer allocation.

What should you look for in a Django developer?

At the highest level Django developers should be able to:

  • Have a skillset in other web technologies like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to enhance front-end development
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive grasp of how the concepts of reusability and pluggability are used in Django, especially in relation to reusable apps
  • Show prior experience in web development and building highly functional and elegant user interfaces
  • Implement expert knowledge of OOP, ORM, and RESTful APIs

How much do developers cost in the U.S.?

ZipRecruiter reports that Django developers make an average of $117,673 per year. Across the board, Django developer salaries range between $67,500 and $155,500. 

How much do developers cost in South America? 

Due to economic differences between the United States and South America as a whole, the cost of offshoring software development is significantly lower than hiring full-time with U.S talent. For Senior Django Developers in South America, the average salary is currently around $100,000 whereas a mid-level developer costs around $76,000. 

How much do developers cost in Ukraine / Eastern Europe?

Eastern Europe shares very similar rates to South America, again due to the economic differences. When looking at salaries in Eastern Europe, data shows that a Senior Django Developer costs around $100,000 on average. 

Hourly Rates for Developers

Another way to look at developer costs is through hourly rates. While salaries are good to understand for hiring developers for full-time and long-term, you might just need a developer for a period of 3-6 months or 6-12 months. In these types of situations, it’s best to calculate your costs based on the hourly rates of a developer. 

Below is a table that lists the various hourly rates of developers in different locations based on their job title. 

Why Hire a Django Developer?

Trio Django developers are pre-vetted, interviewed, and then trained further to become true software professionals, capable of adapting to situations that are both within and outside of the scope of their general expertise. 

At Trio, we hold our developers to a higher standard. Much like how elite special forces units recruit only the best from main branches of the military, we recruit developers who either show amazing potential or demonstrate exceptional skill. We then take their talents and sharpen them even further.

Another benefit of hiring a Trio developer is that you won’t incur the costs of hiring, which can add up to be around 30% of a developer’s salary on average, as well as overhead costs associated with full-time employment.

By working with Trio, you can enjoy a highly experienced full-time developer for a fraction of the cost, along with the added project management assistance. 

To learn more, tell us about your project and we’ll get you started.

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Just like Python itself, Django can be used for both back-end and front-end development. Regardless, most businesses only use Django to manage logic and databases on the back-end.

Reusable apps are Django modules that are programmed to do a specific task in order to optimize the efficiency of your program. Developers are able to plug in these apps and as a result, write less code.

You really only need to know the basics of Python to use Django. That said, the most qualified Django developers should have some professional experience working with web development software.

Having some foreground in other web technologies like JavaScript, CSS, and HTML is ideal for Django developers who want genuine cohesion on the front-end. Django is a server-side framework. Back-end development takes place in the background and deals with functionality on the server-side. In web development, JavaScript, CSS, and HTML almost always are foundational tools for user-facing, client-side front-end development.

Flask is a micro web framework written in Python. It is extremely lightweight. You make the final decision on what software your business uses. Just remember that Django can help you build a fully comprehensive, large, and complex web application. Of course, this is done with RAD. Flask sticks to the basics so you can build a simple web application. The learning curve for Flask is rather shallow.

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