by testeditor | Dec 2, 2021 | Uncategorized
-The code is indent based on the backend forcing standardization and preventing spaghetti code especially following pep8 guidelines.
-Supports all python packages and can also hybrid with most front-end frameworks if necessary.
-Works great with databases and eliminates in-efficiencies in data base administration.
-Support functionality beyond most other frameworks including artificial intelligence.
-Handles front end app development wonderfully.
-Can transform web apps into a mobile app store version leveraging web views.
-Capable of almost any logic that can be done natively.
-We still do builds in Swift and Java for people who want to or are required to build their app natively.
-It is capable of far more logic than the other site builders out there such as Wix.
-It is easily maintainable with a built in admin dashboard.
-Plugin updates and conflicts can cause downtime and headache for any site that is more than informational
-It does not rank as well as Django/Python on search engines and it has limitations to what logic it can do
-One of the most used and supported styling frameworks on the web.
-It allows for rapid theme creation, quick asset linking, screen size compatibility, and more.
-We can use just certain elements of it and certain elements of other resources as it is a library meant to be customized
-Just a little bit heavier than some of the other options though with a good server this is not notice-able.
-Very capable of most types of logic with vast support.
-Slower development speed
-Most PHP frameworks are not recommended for new sites though a few such as Laravel and Symfony are still viable options for new projects today.