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Mastering Flask

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Learn
  • Set up a best practices Python environment
  • Use SQLAlchemy to programmatically query a database
  • Develop templates in Jinja
  • Set up an MVC environment for Flask
  • Discover NoSQL, when to use it, when not to, and how to use it
  • Develop a custom Flask extension
  • Use Celery to create asynchronous tasks
About

Flask is a library that allows programmers to create web applications in Python. Flask is a micro-framework that boasts a low learning curve, a large community, and the power to create complex web apps. However, Flask is easy to learn but difficult to master.

Starting from a simple Flask app, this book will walk through advanced topics while providing practical examples of the lessons learned. After building a simple Flask app, a proper app structure is demonstrated by transforming the app to use a Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture. With a scalable structure in hand, the next chapters use Flask extensions to provide extra functionality to the app, including user login and registration, NoSQL querying, a REST API, an admin interface, and more. Next, you’ll discover how to use unit testing to take the guesswork away from making sure the code is performing as it should. The book closes with a discussion of the different platforms that are available to deploy a Flask app on, the pros and cons of each one, and how to deploy on each one.

Features
  • Work with scalable Flask application structures to create complex web apps
  • Discover the most powerful Flask extensions and learn how to create one
  • Deploy your application to real-world platforms using this step-by-step guide
Page Count 288
Course Length 8 hours 38 minutes
ISBN 9781784393656
Date Of Publication 29 Sep 2015

Authors

Jack Stouffer

Jack Stouffer is a programmer who has several years of experience in designing web applications. He switched to Flask two years ago for all his projects. He currently works for Apollo America in Auburn Hills, Michigan and writes internal business tools and software using Python, Flask, and JavaScript. Jack is a believer and supporter of open source technology. When he released his Flask examples with the recommended best practices on GitHub, it became one of the most popular Flask repositories on the site. Jack has also worked as a reviewer for Flask Framework Cookbook, Packt.