Django has many rich amounts of features that it provides at its best. One of these is Class-Based Views. It provides an alternative way to implement views as Python objects instead of functions. They don’t replace function-based views, but have some advantages and differences compared to function-based views. Class-based views are simpler and efficient to manage than function-based views. The function-based view with multiple lines of code can be converted into a Class-based view with only a few lines of code. We’ll be going through a basic example of how to use it for the “DRY” (Don’t Repeat Yourself) code. In the end, you’ll save a lot of redundant code in your views file.
To know more about this with examples, read How To Write Class-Based Views With DRY Code Using Inheritance In Django?