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Can we structure a website in groups using Django framework or rails?
#1
I am trying to make a site where i can divide the site into different member categories like admin,moderators,helpers,users,etc with their own functionalities ... I have once used the Django framework, so my question is can i be able to do this task also using Django again, i mean, can Django fulfill this requirements easily so i may not need to roam to other languages or frameworks for this particular task?


P.S.: I know php(framework like laravel or others)can do this task but i was just trying to implement Django since i have used it once already. OR do you recommend frameworks like Rails(i have heard a lot about it specifically on field of web-development,can it do this task). OR Anyone please tell me which should i use ?
I am in a lot of dilemma in choosing among these three.
Regards,
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#2
Django is python

Laravel is PHP

Rails is Ruby


Might want to decide on a language before focusing on frameworks.

Once you do, any framework will have the ability to define roles.
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#3
(Sep 18, 2017, 17:00 pm)Moe Wrote: Django is python

Laravel is PHP

Rails is Ruby


Might want to decide on a language before focusing on frameworks.

Once you do, any framework will have the ability to define roles.
Thank you very much for the reply ... going with php for now, later i may go with anyone either django or rails.But rails needs ruby to be learned very effectively whereas django has python and python can be learned within a very short time Smile
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(Sep 19, 2017, 02:56 am)ClassicAsca Wrote:
(Sep 18, 2017, 17:00 pm)Moe Wrote: Django is python

Laravel is PHP

Rails is Ruby


Might want to decide on a language before focusing on frameworks.

Once you do, any framework will have the ability to define roles.
Thank you very much for the reply ... going with php for now, later i may go with anyone either django or rails.But rails needs ruby to be learned very effectively whereas django has python and python can be learned within a very short time Smile

My order of suggestion:

1)Laravel

2)Django

3)Rails
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#5
(Sep 19, 2017, 16:15 pm)contrail Wrote:
(Sep 19, 2017, 02:56 am)ClassicAsca Wrote:
(Sep 18, 2017, 17:00 pm)Moe Wrote: Django is python

Laravel is PHP

Rails is Ruby


Might want to decide on a language before focusing on frameworks.

Once you do, any framework will have the ability to define roles.
Thank you very much for the reply ... going with php for now, later i may go with anyone either django or rails.But rails needs ruby to be learned very effectively whereas django has python and python can be learned within a very short time Smile

My order of suggestion:

1)Laravel

2)Django

3)Rails

Thank you for your beautiful response ... i was also thinking of going in the same order ... Happy Coding !!! Smile
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