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Purge unused CSS on a Flask app
2 projects | reddit.com/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.
django-pipeline - Pipeline is an asset packaging library for Django.
django-storages - https://django-storages.readthedocs.io/
webassets - Asset management for Python web development.
secedgar - Download all companies periodic reports, filings and forms from EDGAR database.