Boilerplate Flask extension.
Flask-Wings is a boilerplate for writing Flask extensions. Itself it is a tiny Flask extension that just adds some views and templates to the parent app. Take a look at tests/app.py for a usage example.
Use Flask-Wings as a starting point for creating your own Flask extensions. The source code is minimalistic but strives to agree with standard practices. Included are minimum frameworks that make the extension a fully-fledged distributable Python package:
- tests directory with a minimal set of tests
- integration with Travis CI and Coveralls
- setuptools config
- docs build using Sphinx
- deployment to PyPI and GitHub Pages with make commands
Start by creating you own repo. Then pull Flask-Wings into it.
mkdir my-cool-extension cd my-cool-extension git init git remote add flask-wings https://github.com/vmlaker/flask-wings git pull flask-wings master
Now start coding! Check out the makefile to see a micro develpment cycle.
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