Bright Interactive is a web development company with over fifteen years experience building complex web applications for clients across the globe.
Over the years we have tried a variety of web development frameworks. Our current framework of choice is Django, a free and open source web application framework written in Python.
Django is particularly suitable for complex, data driven websites and applications. A lot of our work involves high volumes of rich media, workflow management systems and scalable architectures, so it's a good match. And with its emphasis on pluggability, rapid development and the principle of don't repeat yourself (DRY), Django development fits Bright Interactive's Agile approach to projects.
We specifically recruit and train expert Django developers and are active in the open source community - you can see some of our Django code at our git hub account. Client projects that we have developed using Django include Goway Travel and Discover Adventure.
So if you are looking for Django developers or a Django development company you've come to the right place.
Please contact us to discuss how we can help.
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