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When It Makes Sense To Use Python To Build An Ecommerce Website by Firestarter(f): 11:48am On Jan 16
Should you develop an eCommerce website from scratch or use an existing solution? There’s an ongoing debate as to the best approach for businesses and which option makes the most financial sense. Both sides have valid points. For some businesses, going off-the-shelf makes more sense, whereas for others, custom development is the only reasonable option. So what’s right for you? To find out, start by asking yourself these three questions:

Does my website need to handle thousands or even millions of users?
Does my website need to handle high loads and provide fast performance?
Does my project require unique features?
If your answer to all these questions is yes, consider building your eCommerce website using Python. To understand why, we’ve analyzed eCommerce development with Python in light of three important factors: scalability, performance, and unique features.

If your answers to these questions are no, you’d better use an eCommerce platform. To see the whole picture, we’ll walk you through cases when a ready-made solution is the best way to go.
https://steelkiwi.com/blog/python-for-ecommerce-development/

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