Does nyone else think Django is better off with it's own template rendering than with other frontends like Vue, React etc?

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    In a recent project of mine, I wanted to implement few dynamic components, and i really didn't wanted to have a rest arch for this project as i didn't see any strong need for that, In such cases I think something like django unicorn is a really strong contender, as it avoids the pain of writing a separate base for frontend as well as code duplication and redundancy in writing ajax's and templates.

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