Django is a high-level Python Web-MVC framework for RAD with clean and pragmatic code. It's comparatively fast, integrates moderns security features, and is very scalable. It prefers explicit configuration over implicit conventions, has an object-relational database mapper, autogenerated admin interfaces, flexible regex-based URL dispatching, internationalization features, a custom templating engine or Jinja2, caching, authentication or authorization, a user comment plugin, RSS/Atom and sitemap
major feature: The Django team is happy to announce the release of Django 2.0. This release starts Django s use of a loose form of semantic versioning, but there aren t any major backwards incompatible changes (except that support for Python 2.7 is removed) that might be expected of a 2.0 release. Upgrading should be a similar amount of effort as past feature releases. The release notes cover the assortment of new features in detail, but a few highlights are: A simplified URL routing syntax that allows writing routes without regular expressions. A responsive, mobile-friendly contrib.admin. Window expressions to allow adding an OVER clause to querysets.