Django Rolls Out Version 3.0

Django 3.0 arrives with official support for MariaDB 10.1 and higher. TextChoices and IntegerChoices can now define model field choices.

Recently, the Django team announced the release of Django 3.0.
 
Django is a Python-based web framework developed to enable programmers build apps faster with less code.
 
3.0 makes Django async-capable by providing support for running as an ASGI application. The latest release includes Python 3.6, 3.7 and 3.8 support and third-party library support for older version of Django.
 
 
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3.0 release also brings support for MariaDB and ASGI and includes exclusion constraints on PostgreSQL, filter expressions and enumerations for model field choices.
 
To see full list of new features you can visit the release notes here.