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Purge unused CSS on a Flask app
2 projects | /r/flask | 14 Mar 2022
So I have this flask app where I currently use flask-assets to create a few Bundles for my JS and CSS. I use bootstrap, I end up with a lot of unused CSS on my minimised bundle. I have been searching for a while and I don't see a way to use the famous purgecss with flask-assets. I was thinking on maybe switch my bundler to something node.js based like webpack, but almost have no experience with JS. Also, flask-assets hasn't been updated in two years. So maybe is time for a change.
What are some alternatives?
jinja-assets-compressor - A Jinja extension (compatible with Flask and other frameworks) to compile and/or compress your assets.
webassets - Asset management for Python web development.
django-pipeline - Pipeline is an asset packaging library for Django.
django-storages - https://django-storages.readthedocs.io/
File Conveyor - File Conveyor is a daemon written in Python to detect, process and sync files. In particular, it's designed to sync files to CDNs. Amazon S3 and Rackspace Cloud Files, as well as any Origin Pull or (S)FTP Push CDN, are supported. Originally written for my bachelor thesis at Hasselt University in Belgium.
secedgar - Download all companies periodic reports, filings and forms from EDGAR database.