aby1252019-12-19 15:38:14
aby125, 2019-12-19 15:38:14

How is django better than laravel (other top php frameworks), how is laravel better than django?

Let's imagine that there is a certain team leader or decision-maker in a web studio / company. He was described the task of making such and such a site or web service, and on the basis of which he concludes that we will do this project on Django, but we will do this project on Laravel. If he has both djangists and laravelers on the team. What are the reasons for choosing one over the other framework? Those. if we consider it from the point of view of what is best for the project, and not take into account such factors as "Jangists are currently less loaded, so they will do" and the like.

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Ivan, 2019-02-10

What is the ad system based on?
In general, it's better to just update the system.
Comments, integration with social networks and other extensions are in the store from Joomla. There are free ones, there are paid ones. Just like WP. Github is full of everything. Plus, joomlaforum will help you if something goes wrong.
1. The built-in editor is quite good, and you can customize it for yourself. Or turn it off altogether, whichever you prefer.
If this is not enough, then here are the editors - https://extensions.joomla.org/tags/editors/
2. About getting the author's articles. Are you talking about the selection right in the admin panel? So here is the screenshot5c60179e5115a220012575.png
If we are talking about the front, then you can also filter by authors directly in the admin panel, without having to go into the code. And in general, there are a lot of settings for content filtering in the admin panel. You don't need to go anywhere in the code.
3. Clear redefinition of site templates. Everything is stored in one folder in a template in a clear structure. The layouts themselves are connected in the admin panel. No need to search the entire template for the desired file, sorting through all the connections.
4. If you need something for SEO for the admin panel, then there are extensions. Just like in WP. Plus, in Joomla, all markup for SEO is already out of the box (depending on the template).
5. Finally Jjumla develops. In the last branch, fields appeared out of the box, which are created directly in the admin panel.
Plans to release Joomla 4 . Here is the admin concepthttps://magazine.joomla.org/item/3289-episode-iv-a...

Vladimir Eliseev, 2019-02-09

Popularity does not mean the best choice.
Wordpress is an old architecture and a set of vulnerabilities. These are unsolvable problems with the load on the site.
In your case, the optimal solution is to update to the latest version of Joomla and update all extensions.
Now Joomla is actively developing in the right direction. In particular, since 3.7 namespaces php are introduced.

Vadim Kunitsyn, 2019-02-09

If all extensions are compatible with joomla 3, then it will be easier and cheaper to upgrade.
Changing cms is tantamount to making the site anew.

xmoonlight, 2019-12-19

1. Ready-made developments for TK (or part of it)
2. Web service without gui, rather django.
3. Web interface with gui and with user input / output processing, rather laravel.
4. A single ecosystem to maintain the code of the project (and related systems) in one language.

Dr. Bacon, 2019-12-19

Yes, all the same, everything depends on the availability of available resources, the rest is so subjective.

Antonio Solo, 2019-12-19

I love django primarily for the admin area. secondly, django makes it possible to quickly create forms (with server-side validation). both of these points allow you to save quite a lot of development time.

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