A model is the sole, authoritative source of your data's information. It comprises both the fields and the actions needed by the data stored. As a convention, one model maps to a single table in the database.
Faker is one of the Python libraries that helps you create fake data. This article will utilize Faker in Django to make some early data for our database. We'll start by configuring Faker with Django and then looking at producing data.
Python is a handy tool for web development. In fact, Python is known for its great web development frameworks, Flask and Django, and its ability to adapt fast to technological advancements.
Django is keen on adhering to the MVC (Model View Controller) convention that many frameworks follow. However, the framework is keen on working with its own control rules. Since the control you need when dealing with your Django apps is not isolated, Django is sometimes called an MVT application with the View component bridging the Model component and Template component of your apps.