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Omar Alsawaf
Omar Alsawaf

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Django vs Laravel ?

which one you think should win and why ?

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Adrian B.G. • Edited on

Spam alert.

If you are in a state of war between frameworks you should leave the battleground. Join the Buddhism, Go is Zen.

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Deepak Karki • Edited on

I agree!

Especially if you're comparing frameworks across languages! Plus OP hasn't stated use the case or his/her experience with PHP or Python.

Finally as they say, the best framework/language is the one you know best ;)

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Maurício Eugênio

with django I am much more productive everything is easy and everything is ready to receive a pip install, with laravel my performance is pessimo simple things become much more difficult.

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Omar Alsawaf

can you tell us examples of what is built-in in django and doesn't exist in Laravel ?

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Robbie McMullen

Sexy security...

  1. One way or the highway...

  2. Scalability, fast fast fast

Conc
Laravel is good, but for scalability, nah, not even c++ or c# is fast

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Robbie McMullen

Laravel needs a wake up call

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Marcos Fábio dos Santos Amaral Júnior

Python > PHP
Laravel > Django

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Sohail Ahmed

How do you say Laravel > DJango? Would you please explain?

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Kajigga

Django is written in Python. Laravel is written in PHP.

It seems to me that any decisions would need to start with the question of PHP vs Python?

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Robbie McMullen

Agree, depends on project, if you’re app/website is data driven, and has huge complexity but easy to build, Django and python is your man, sorry, laravel can’t cope with huge amounts of data or sort it but I admit it’s a good framework, too many ways to do things, not good for scalability when it’s huge data

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Patrick Schanen

My personal choice is Django.

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Omar Alsawaf

state the reasons in details please

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