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Popular Websites Powered by Django

Choosing the right technology for building web, mobile or desktop apps is one of the most important challenges for a successful software product development. We’ve gathered a list of popular websites and projects using Django. You can test these applications, and in some cases even check out their open source code.​


Edx was founded by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2012, is an online learning center and provider of MOOC, offering quality courses from the world’s best universities and institutions to students around the world. Open EDX is an open source platform that supports EDX courses and is freely available. With Open EdX, educators and technicians can create learning tools and introduce new functions to the platform, creating innovative solutions for all students. Almost all server code in the open EDX project was written in Python, and Django framework.

  • URL: https://www.edx.org/


Mozilla is a community created in 1998 by members of Netscape, which creates free software. The community uses, develops, distributes and supports Mozilla products, thereby contributing to the distribution of exclusively free software and open standards, with only minor exceptions. The Mozilla support site is implemented using Django framework and is a open source project.

  • URL: https://support.mozilla.org/


Eventbrite is the world’s largest event technology platform. We are building a technology that allows anyone to create, share, find and visit new things that contribute to their hobbies and enrich their lives. Music festivals, venues, marathons, conferences, hakafons, air guitar competitions, political rallies, fund-raisers, game competitions. The sites backend is written in Django, which makes it easy to replace the front end without making changes on the server.

  • URL: https://www.eventbrite.com/

National Geographic

The National Geographic Society is a nonprofit global organization devoted to the study and protection of our planet. Each year, they fund hundreds of research and environmental projects around the world and inspire new generations in their education and resource resources. National Geographic’s custom built CMS on top of Django. There was the major rewrite of their existing site. CMS manages the advertising, images, modules and has its layout manager. Excellent methods of managing the user cache.

  • URL: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/

The Guardian

The Guardian is a daily newspaper in the UK, founded in Manchester in 1821 under the title The Manchester Guardian. In 1959, she changed her name to the current one, and in 1964 the editorial board moved to London. The site of the newspaper is the most visited from the sites of British newspapers known as “quality press” and its materials may differ from the materials of the paper edition. The site of the newspaper is made on Django, which shows how popular this framework is.

  • URL: https://www.theguardian.com/

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