The New And Improved Flask Mega-Tutorial by Miguel GrinbergThe Flask Mega-Tutorial is an overarching tutorial for Python beginner and intermediate developers that teaches web development with the Flask framework. The tutorial has been thoroughly revised and expanded in 2017, now containing 23 chapters. The concepts that are covered go well beyond Flask, including a wide range of topics Python web developers need to know when writing their own applications.
The New and Improved Flask Mega-Tutorial
Software Developer, author, blogger, speaker, teacher, photographer. Flask aficionado. Creator of the Flask Mega-tutorial. My name is Miguel Grinberg. I taught myself how to code in my teenage years, and later solidified my knowledge with a Masters degree in Computer Science.
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Post by digwtx at This is the third article in the series in which I document my experience writing web applications in Python using the Flask microframework. The goal of the tutorial series is to develop a decently featured microblogging application that demonstrating total lack of originality I have decided to call microblog. In the previous chapter of the series we defined a simple template for the home page and used fake objects as placeholders for things we don't have yet, like users or blog posts. In this article we are going to fill one of those many holes we still have in our app, we will be looking at how to work with web forms.
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The project has been funded in a short 24 hours. Thank you to the 80 or so backers who made this possible in such a short amount of time! So what happens now? Since there is plenty of time for me to continue fundraising, I'm going to sweeten the deal with the following stretch goals:. If you are learning Python web development with the Flask framework, chances are you have seen or at least heard people mention the Flask Mega-Tutorial, an eighteen chapter tutorial that teaches beginners how to create a web application. Back in , I decided to start a software development blog. Because I am a do-it-yourselfer at heart, instead of installing Wordpress and start blogging right away, I sat down and wrote my own blog engine, using a then little known web framework called Flask.
The Flask Mega-Tutorial is an overarching tutorial for Python beginner and intermediate developers that teaches web development with the Flask framework. The tutorial was born as a series of blog articles, and has been thoroughly revised, updated and expanded as a result of a successful Kickstarter campaign. The concepts that are covered go well beyond Flask, including a wide range of topics Python web developers need to know when writing their own applications. The goal of the course is to build a nicely featured social blogging web application. Chapter 1 begins with a very simple version of this application that has just a few lines of code.