Flask is a micro web framework powered by Python. Its API is fairly small, making it easy to learn and simple to use. But don’t let this fool you, as it’s powerful enough to support enterprise-level applications handling large amounts of traffic. You can start small with an app contained entirely in one file, then slowly scale up to multiple files and folders in a well-structured manner as your site becomes more and more complex.
I’ve no idea how helpful this will be, but I’ll read it.
This tutorial series is the entry point for those who enjoy programming Assembly language and want to play with the excellent Amiga hardware, for fun and innovation.
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List comprehensions in Python are great, but mastering them can be tricky because they don’t solve a new problem: they just provide a new syntax to solve an existing problem.
Let’s learn what list comprehensions are and how to identify when to use them.