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Flask module for the Coralillo redis ORM

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Integrates the Coralillo Redis ORM into flask


This is an easy application that stores and retrieves cars from redis database.

from flask import Flask, request, redirect
from flask_coralillo import Coralillo
from coralillo import Model, fields

app = Flask(__name__)

engine = Coralillo(app)

class Car(Model):
    name = fields.Text()

    class Meta:
        engine = engine

def list_cars():
    res = '<h1>Cars</h1><ul>'

    for car in Car.get_all():
        res += '<li>{}</li>'.format(

    res += '</ul><h3>Add car</h3>' + \
        '<form method="POST">' + \
        '<input name="name">' + \
        '<input type="submit" value="Add">' + \

    return res

@app.route('/', methods=['POST'])
def add_car():
    newcar = Car.validate(**request.form.to_dict()).save()

    return redirect('/')

if __name__ == '__main__':

Now if you run python and you visit http://localhost:5000 you will be able to intercact with your brand new Flask-Coralillo application.

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