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[1.4.X] Fixed #10936 - Noted that using SQLite for development is a good idea

Backport of 470deb5cbb from master

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 If you plan to use Django's database API functionality, you'll need to make
 sure a database server is running. Django supports many different database
 servers and is officially supported with PostgreSQL_, MySQL_, Oracle_ and
-SQLite_ (although SQLite doesn't require a separate server to be running).
+SQLite_.
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+It is common practice to use SQLite in a desktop development environment.
+Unless you need database feature parity between your desktop development
+environment and your deployment environment, using SQLite for development is
+generally the simplest option as it doesn't require running a separate server.
 
 In addition to the officially supported databases, there are backends provided
 by 3rd parties that allow you to use other databases with Django: