Django is a popular Python-based web framework. It’s a huge so-called “battery-included” framework covering many aspects of web development: authentication, ORM, forms, admin panels, etc. It’s also a strongly opinionated framework that offers patterns for almost everything you do, making you feel well-guided during development.
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From FullStack to ZenStack
What changed for full-stack
The concept of full-stack development has been around for many years, but its popularity has surged dramatically since 2022. As a consequence, its meaning has also changed.
Decoding the Evolving Landscape of Web Development
But Rome wasn't built in a day. Let's travel back in time to see how we got here step by step.
Modern Web Architecture Without a Backend — Using Prisma + ZenStack
Web development's landscape is ever-changing. We started from bare metal machines serving static HTML pages, to the rise of the LAMP stack, then the MEAN stack, and now the JAM stack.
Modern Web Architecture Without a Backend — Using Supabase
Backend development is difficult for people who come entirely from a frontend background. The languages, frameworks, and tools differ, but more importantly, the frontend and backend systems have very different principles. Fortunately, a new generation of libraries and services is trying to fill the gap and simplify coding a backend by …, not coding it at all.
Modern Web Architecture Without a Backend — Using PostgREST
No, you didn’t read it wrong. It’s PostgREST, not Postgres 😄. Although the naming is prone to misreading and not friendly to search engines, it perfectly reflects what the project does - it adds a RESTful API layer to PostgreSQL. This post is a quick introduction to what it is, how it works, and what kind of scenarios it fits best.