Let me start this blog by confessing that I am a Java guy who first learned Python three years back but haven’t used it much in my day to day work. So, after three long years, I have decided to brush up on my Python skills by developing a simple web application. By simple I don’t mean “Hello World” application but an application which does some work like storing data to a database. After spending some time googling “best web framework in Python,” I zeroed in on Flask. Flask is a microframework for Python based on Werkzeug and Jinja 2. It is a very easy to learn framework and is based on convention over configuration, which means that many things are preconfigured with sensible defaults.
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