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Simple user authorization to use alongside with Flask-Login

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Simple user authorization to use alongside with Flask-Login.


pip3 install Flask-Authorization


from flask_Authorization import Authorize
authorize = Authorize()

# Initialize Extension

For Flask-Authorization to work properly, your user models needs to implement a function called get_permissions() that returns a list of permissions. You can define any permissions you like, but "ROOT", "ADMIN", "USER" are recommended. Flask-Authorization will check if the current user has the required permissions on routes decorated with the @flask_authorization.permission_required(permission) decorator.

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