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By mswatcher
Published: Jul 16 2013 / 08:28

When discussing the scalability of Web services there seems to be a tendency for some developers to overly focus on the framework being used, based on the mistaken assumption that smaller means faster, rather than considering the architecture of the application as a whole. We've seen several cases of developers making these assumptions before they start building their API, and either discounting Django as not being fast enough for their needs, or deciding to not use a Web API framework such as Django REST framework because they 'need something lightweight'.
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