To be honest that’s the first time that I came across this Jam.py framework. I watched their 7 min demo, and it looks really cool! The closest that Django does is perhaps the Django Admin. But nothing like that
I like to see Django Admin as a back-office application for content-driven Websites. And even though Django is a generic and very complete Web framework, it is still very tailored to websites/blogs/general web apps like social networks etc. I mean, there are a bunch of built-in features (e.g. flat pages app, syndication feed framework, redirects app, sitemap framework, etc) that are specific for this kind of application, and less useful for enterprise/database driven apps like HR, financial, etc. But that doesn’t mean you can’t build this kind of stuff with Django
I want to explore more about Jam.py and see how mature is the framework, because it indeed looked really nice!
Six years ago or something I used to work on an Oracle consultancy company, and there was some people working with Apex back then. It looks like it evolved quite a bit!