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Building Web Applications with Flask [Repost]

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Building Web Applications with Flask  [Repost]

Building Web Applications with Flask by Italo Maia
English | 26 Jun. 2015 | ISBN: 178439615X | 160 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

Use Python and Flask to build amazing web applications, just the way you want them!

About This Book

Learn how to use forms, authentication, and authorization control through extensions, and provide a robust, safe web experience for the client
Free yourself from the SQL vs NoSQL paradigm and use the technology that best fits your needs
Add powerful concepts like TDD and BDD to your range of testing skills
Who This Book Is For

If you are a Python web developer who wants to learn more about developing applications in Flask and scaling them with industry-standard practices, this is the book for you.

In Detail

Flask is a powerful web framework that helps you build great projects using your favorite tools. Flask takes the flexible Python programming language and provides a simple template for web development. Once imported into Python, Flask can be used to save time building web applications. It goes against the flow with the microframework concept, leaving most of the architecture choices to the developer. Through its great API, extensions, and powerful patterns, Flask helps you create simple projects in minutes and complex ones as soon as possible.

From the beginning, Building Web Applications with Flask shows you how to utilize Flask's concepts, extensions, and components to create engaging, full-featured web projects. You'll learn how to properly handle forms using WTForms, devise convenient templates with Jinja2 tags and macros, use NoSQL and SQL databases to store user data, test your projects with features and unit tests, create powerful authentication and user authorization, as well as administrative interfaces with ease, and more.

As Flask does not enforce an architectural recipe, neither do we! This book makes no coding assumptions on how you should code, leaving you free to experiment.