flask-app-template

by berlotto

An complete Flask application template, with useful plugins.

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Flask App Template

An complete Flask application template, with useful plugins.

Use this Flask app to initiate your project with less work. In this application template you will find the following plugins already configured:

  • Flask-Login - Flask-Login provides user session management for Flask.
  • Flask-Bootstrap - Ready-to-use Twitter-bootstrap for use in Flask.
  • Flask-Uploads - Flask-Uploads allows your application to flexibly and efficiently handle file uploading and serving the uploaded files.
  • Flask-Cache - Adds cache support to your Flask application.
  • Flask-Admin - Flask extension module that provides an admin interface
  • Flask-Flatpages - Provides flat static pages to a Flask application, based on text files as opposed to a relational database.
  • Flask-Gravatar - Small extension for Flask to make using Gravatar easy.
  • Flask-Mail - Makes sending mails from Flask applications very easy and has also support for unittesting.
  • Flask-Restless - Flask-Restless provides simple generation of ReSTful APIs for database models defined using Flask-SQLAlchemy.
  • Flask-SQLAlchemy - Adds SQLAlchemy support to Flask. Quick and easy.
  • Flask-PyMongo - Add PyMongo Support MongoDB.
  • Flask-Themes - Flask-Themes makes it easy for your application to support a wide range of appearances.
  • Flask-WTF - Flask-Themes makes it easy for your application to support a wide range of appearances.

Requirements

gcc, make, Python 2.5+, python-pip, virtualenv

Instalation

First, clone this repository.

$ git clone http://github.com/berlotto/flask-app-template
$ cd flask-app-template

Create a virtualenv, and activate this:

$ virtualenv env 
$ source env/bin/activate

After, install all necessary to run:

$ pip install -r requirements.txt

Than, run the application:

$ python run.py

To see your application, access this url in your browser:

http://localhost:5000

All configuration is in:

configuration.py

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