Flask Framework Cookbook

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Learn
  • Configure Flask in the best way to suit your application needs
  • Integrate Flask with technologies such as Redis, Sentry, and MongoDB
  • Integrate your applications with most of the login mechanisms available
  • Write beautiful RESTful applications
  • Create an admin interface for your application
  • Learn about efficient and effective debugging, logging, and error handling in Flask
  • Test your applications as you write them to prevent future complications
  • Implement full-text search for effective user query handling
About

Flask Framework Cookbook takes you through a number of recipes that will help you understand the power of Flask and its extensions. You will start by seeing the different ways of configurations that a Flask application can make use of. You will learn how to work with templates and learn about the ORM and view layers. You will see how to write an admin interface followed by the debugging and logging of errors. Finally, you will learn about different deployment and post-deployment techniques on platforms such as Apache, Tornado, and Heroku.

By the end of this book, you will have gained all the knowledge required to write Flask applications in the best possible way, and scale them with best practices.

Features
  • Get the most out of the powerful Flask framework while remaining flexible with your design choices
  • Build end-to-end web applications, right from their installation to the post-deployment stages
  • Packed with recipes containing lots of sample applications to help you understand the intricacies of the code
Page Count 258
Course Length 7 hours 44 minutes
ISBN 9781783983407
Date Of Publication 21 Nov 2014

Authors

Shalabh Aggarwal

Shalabh Aggarwal has more than 10 years' experience in developing and managing enterprise systems, as well as web and mobile applications for small-to large-scale industries. He started his career working on Python, and although he now works on multiple technologies, he remains a Python developer at heart. He is passionate about open source technologies and writes highly readable and quality code. He is also active in voluntary training for engineering students on non-conventional and open source topics. When not working with full-time assignments, he consults for start-ups on leveraging different technologies. When not writing code, he writes technical and non-technical literature, which is published across multiple blogs.