Is Django and Ruby on Rails suitable for this, or are they too redundant? What other frameworks in the appropriate languages ​​with a more simplified architecture? We need a simple business card site with admin panel and blog functionality.

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    Well, if you choose from these two, then the django has an auto-generator admin, the rails do not seem to have. Of course, if you only need to create a couple of static pages and change them from time to time through the admin panel and blog, then django is too fat and useless to take, look towards the flask. - rnd_d
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    For Ruby, for example, Padrino ( ) or Espresso ( ) - pavelbel
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    > Well, if you choose from these two, then django has an auto admin generator, the rails do not seem to have. lolshto? ActiveAdmin - awesome generator> then django is too fat and useless to take, look towards the flask. or Sinatra - Vladimir Gordeev
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    ActiveAdmin on the basis of the rail, and here the person framework chooses. In fact, you can quickly write your CRUD generator based on models, the benefit of the tools is full - pavelbel
  • ActiveAdmin not right out of the box as I understand it? - rnd_d

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Take, depending on what language you know best \ love \ profess. It was easier for me to try django because of my familiarity with python. And I personally disagree with the comment by @Vladimir Gordeev about the " fatness ". A flask I would recommend to try. More freedom of action and transparency, and it is more convenient to use it for more complex projects. And the best thing is not to believe anyone, but sit down and write, especially since in any dock, as an example, you write a simple blog, even if you try all the frameworks, one evening is enough.

    Espresso Framework framework for Ruby. Nothing extra. Simplicity and speed of work. Example with source code -