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Upgrade your flask application by defining required arguments

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Flask Required Args

A simple flask decorator that helps specify which args are required from the user. It returns a 400 error if any are missing. You specify the arguments required in your function definition, you can use default parameters like normal.

Installation

pip install flask_required_args

Example Usage

Simple usage

from flask_required_args import required_data

@app.route('/', methods=['POST'])
@required_data
def hello_world(name):
    return f'Hello {name}'

You can use default parameters as normal

from flask_required_args import required_data

@app.route('/', methods=['POST'])
@required_data
def hello_world(name="World"):
    return f'Hello {name}'

You can use url parameters as normal

from flask_required_args import required_data

@app.route('/<user_name>', methods=['POST'])
@required_data
def hello_world(greeting, user_name):
    return f'{greeting} {user_name}'

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