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The Flask Mega-Tutorial Part I: Hello, World
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 22 Nov 2021
Ask HN: Simplest stack to build web apps in 2021?
Flask Mega-Tutorial: https://blog.miguelgrinberg.com/post/the-flask-mega-tutorial...
Corey Schafer vs Miguel Grinberg to learn Flask? Any other course recommendations?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/flask | 22 Nov 2021
I like Miguel's free tutorial.
Frustrated with misleading tutorials and courses (beginner to intermediate)
2 projects | reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 21 Nov 2021
Book-length tutorials tend to be a little better but they also sometimes gloss over key concepts. The Flask Mega-Tutorial and Test-Driven Development with Python are the two I’m most familiar with.
Flask vs Django for ML web app
1 project | reddit.com/r/Python | 20 Nov 2021
Newbie question: Can I build an embeddable widget for websites using Python?
1 project | reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 11 Nov 2021
The Flask Mega-Tutorial is a great starting point - once you have a good enough grasp of the language itself, of course. It was recently updated, too.
HTML, CSS and JS in flask
2 projects | reddit.com/r/flask | 4 Nov 2021
I'm certain you've already seen Miguel Grindberg's tutorial but linking again for anyone who hasn't - it is just absolutely fantastic and I'd strongly urge anyone learning Flask to start here. After that, I found another incredible tutorial series from Hacker's and Slackers which really takes it to the next level with some more advanced concepts around application factories, file organisation and asset management.2 projects | reddit.com/r/flask | 4 Nov 2021
You bet. A great tutorial I used that helped me to grasp how to maximize the flask framework is here: "The Flask Mega-Tutorial Part I: Hello, World! - miguelgrinberg.com" https://blog.miguelgrinberg.com/post/the-flask-mega-tutorial-part-i-hello-world
Resources to learn Flask?
1 project | reddit.com/r/flask | 3 Nov 2021
Check out his mega tutorial
Cat de saraci sunteti?
1 project | reddit.com/r/Romania | 29 Oct 2021
7 projects | dev.to | 26 Nov 2021
htmx is a library that brings interactivity to HTML through the use of attributes and HTTP headers. Whereas projects like Vue, Angular, and React prescribe completely different programming paradigms than traditional web development, htmx provides partial-page-swapping and progressive enhancement within straight HTML. This brings a lot of the benefits of the SPA architecture to vanilla HTML, without requiring a completely different paradigm than the one we have used on the web for 30 years. In practice, this greatly reduces the complexity required to produce an interactive web application.
1 project | reddit.com/r/django | 24 Nov 2021
HATEOAS: An Alternative Explaination
I agree entirely with you and I don't regard it as unfortunate at all that this article shows that HATEOAS is unsuitable for JSON HTTP APIs.
It is extremely suitable, and, in fact, is simply descriptive, of an HTML-based API, however.
A lot of my thinking around this comes from my work on htmx, a tool that turns HTML into a richer hypermedia:
And I am actively encouraging people to try to split their thinking about JSON Data APIs (RPC) and REST-ful HTML-based systems.
The success of the web argues that the hypermedia approach is a good choice for a large set of systems.
The problem today is that hypermedia development has been stuck in the late-90's/early-00's which, when contrasted with JSON/RPC-based development, is really showing its age, particularly in terms of UX.
https://htmx.org is an attempt to rectify that situation and get hypermedia-style development back in the game as a viable, modern network architecture for more than just content-oriented web sites.
Yes, I agree entirely. The crux of the issue is that HTML has stalled as a hypermedia for a few decades now, but I am trying to fix that with htmx:
htmx is the result of my research :)
Ask HN: Simplest stack to build web apps in 2021?
> What are its cons?
Is very pragmatic. That means your whole investment in the arcane ways of JS are dust. Not hipster at all.
More seriously, Is of little issues here. You setup and it works, so is not something that lead to "generate content" like other setups.
I found only a significant issue (to me) (https://github.com/bigskysoftware/htmx/issues/596) but then I do something that have never done in long time with a JS library: I poke into the source and fix it myself. Far easier than expected! (ie: The code is plain!)
Flask for small projects, Django for bigger ones... but why?
1 project | reddit.com/r/flask | 22 Nov 2021
Have you seen https://htmx.org it’s awesome!
Only 90s Web Developers Remember This
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 21 Nov 2021
from one 90's web developer to another:
1 project | reddit.com/r/Frontend | 15 Nov 2021
Check out https://htmx.org if this idea resonates with you.
What are some alternatives?
react-snap - 👻 Zero-configuration framework-agnostic static prerendering for SPAs
Turbolinks - Turbolinks makes navigating your web application faster
django-unicorn - The magical reactive component framework for Django ✨
svelte-query - Performant and powerful remote data synchronization for Svelte
phoenix_live_view - Rich, real-time user experiences with server-rendered HTML
budibase - Budibase is an open-source low code platform that helps you build internal tools in minutes 🚀
django-tables2 - django-tables2 - An app for creating HTML tables
intercooler-js - Making AJAX as easy as anchor tags
hotwire-rails - Use Hotwire in your Ruby on Rails app
django-htmx - Extensions for using Django with htmx.