Using Celery with Flask

In this post, I will talk about using Celery with Flask. I’m going to assume that you have completed this tutorial on Celery. Basic Flask app structure Assume that we have written a nicely working Flask app which now needs to do some backend processing. Here’s our basic Flask app structure: +–myapp_dir/ +–app/ +–static/ +–templates/ +–utils/ +–views/ … Continue reading Using Celery with Flask

Using Fabric With Flask

I recently came across Fabric, a library that can be used for deployment or system administration tasks. To check out the most basic usage refer this tutorial. I’m going to assume that now you have a basic understanding of Fabric. You run fabric using the fab command on the terminal. This is efficient if you are using the terminal … Continue reading Using Fabric With Flask

Heroku Environment Settings with Flask

I have to write this post now lest I forget what I have to say. I have been developing a website for a dear friend Patrick Joseph. While I am almost done with the most bits of the puzzle, I have two really cool things to share about Heroku. SparkPost plugin (I will be covering this in … Continue reading Heroku Environment Settings with Flask