In one or another way, any developer who wants to give their client freedom to modify the content, they have to use CMS. Many development languages provide different CMS application. For example, PHP has WordPress – specifically designed for making blog sites, Drupal – a flexible CMS with wide area of scalability and extensibility and more powerful than WordPress. Python on the other hand has the Django CMS which is another enterprise grade CMS providing very good features.
Here in this learning series, we will look into Django CMS, how it works, how to extend and how to make it work for developing different websites in less time to market.
According to documentation of Django CMS:
django CMS is a modern web publishing platform build with Django, the web application framework “for perfectionists with deadlines”.