weber-backend is a Flask application template, intended to get you started with a Flask-powered webapp as quickly as possible. weber-backend includes a database layer through Flask-SQLAlchemy, migrations through Alembic, asynchronous tasks via RQ and Redis, and more.
weber-backend puts an emphasis on ease of deployment (with ansible), and not getting in your way while you focus on your actual app logic.
- Check out the repository
- Go through the configuration in
flask_app/app.yml- most configuration options there are self-explanatory, and you might be interested in tweaking them to your needs.
- Make sure you have
- Run the test server to experiment:
$ python manage.py testserver
To start developing and testing, bootstrap the development environment with:
$ python manage.py bootstrap --develop
Weber is distributed under the BSD 3-clause license.