Django is a web framework for building web applications using
the Python programming language. In Django, a request is made
by a user (such as typing a URL into a web browser) and the server
(the computer running the Django application) responds with a response
(such as displaying a webpage).The basic flow of a request and response
in Django goes like this:

1. A user makes a request by typing a URL into their web browser or clicking
on a link.
2. The request is sent to the server running the Django application.
3. The server's routing system matches the URL of the request to a specific
view function in the Django application.
4. The view function is executed, and any necessary data is retrieved from a database
or other sources.
5. The view function uses this data to generate a response, which is typically an HTML
page but can also be JSON, XML, or other formats.
6. The response is sent back to the user's web browser, which displays the page.