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Python/Django or Headless WP/JS

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Hi, Code Forum.

We're a medium-sized agency & we're starting to use different programming languages to get better page speeds.

We have had many people tell us that Python & Django is the way to go.

We have had others say that using Headless WordPress with a JS Language like, next.js would be better.

Would anyone be able to comment on this?
 
Python/Django is like backend and WordPress with JS is like frontend.
Both can work for making a site.
If you want fast load speeds you could test some.
Headless can be like anywhere you have code you can edit site.
Javascript (JS) is its own language and you may make it load or not be loaded using PHP (What WordPress uses).
Personally I say it is personal preference which to go with.
Javascript is client side, PHP is server side, and HTML is loaded in WordPress.
With Python/Django it is like frontend and backend together.
If you want a separate thing, like users' computer and server, maybe try WordPress.
Otherwise, try Python/Django.
HTML and Javascript may be used and useful either way and maybe ask for benchmarks somewhere if you really want speed assurance.
You may need something extra for Python/Django for selling as it seems you are trying for.
PHP stands for Hypertext Preprocessor.
Maybe this helps.
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