A lightweight Python web API framework.
Use type annotations to bring GET/POST values into Flask functions (similar to mod_python Publisher)
I just recently built a super lightweight helper for Flask to port over some mod_apache Publisher API code:
In my case all it does is use type annotations on the decorated function to bring query parameters / form fields into the decorated function parameters. No swagger docs or schemas, just parameter handling and conversion (based on types).
I had previously used FastAPI for a full API I developed, liked that.
APIFlask looks pretty slick, if I were to start an API I'd consider it. Documentation seems a lot more straightforward than FastAPI.
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A lightweight Python web API framework
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