Flask extension to output prettified HTML pages
Flask-Pretty is a Flask extension to output prettified HTML pages to ease the development process of HTML templates. However, HTML prettifying should only be used for development purposes only. For production purposes, HTML minifying should be used instead (for instance by using Flask-HTMLmin).
The underlying HTML prettifying process is provided by BeautifulSoup.
Install the extension with with pipenv (recommended):
$ pipenv install flask-pretty
Or with pip:
$ pip install flask-pretty
Using Flask-Pretty is really simple:
import Flask from flask_pretty import Prettify app = Flask(__name__) prettify = Prettify(app)
The Sphinx-compiled documentation is available on ReadTheDocs.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2018 Romain Clement
- Official support for Python 2.7
- Improved README badges
- Add HISTORY
- Initial release of Flask-Pretty.
- Official support for Python 3.6 only.