it doesn't support Python 3
Python 3 is mature and widely used. How about the plan?
I'd be great if the debugger showed what line in my script caused the error.
Lack of clear roadmap.
Chrome becomes crazy without partial content support !
open resource flask projects are only less in china
I can't get it to serve from CGI in Apache, despite reading the docs like a boss.
Need more to improve!
It doesn't have Python 3 support, unlike Bottle, Django or other web frameworks.
There is no active place for newbies to ask questions. Or is there?
Blueprints are not well-explained in the docs and code. An add'l example (even an extension dev sharing what they did would be great)
i don't know
No Python3 support!
it's good for feedback!
I haven't used this tooling before but the fact I should make it work makes me unhappy anyways let's meet him
It's too ugly to use cookie directly, why not provide a interface just like session? Or give session a way to fetch&store plain cookie.
UnicodeDecodeError exception: Make sure your project path doesn't contain any unicode chars, like umlauts (ä ö ü). Please fix it! Thanks. ;)
On page 13 of the editor, in the "This behavior" paragraph, you have "slash, consistent with how with how Apache". Awesome otherwise!!!!!!!!
Flask does not have documentation for deployment on IIS.
it doesn't support serving partial content (206), which seems to confuse browsers when serving them HTML5 media files even if it shouldn't.
the docs assume one wants to deploy the app somewhere, why not just make a webapp for myself & friends, Im not making another facebook man
Many deployment choices, each are well described but it would be nice with more opinions or even facts about each, performance, ease
Message Flashing and Error Handling are not explained well in the Quickstart section.
In the docs: "to ensure beautiful and unique also unique URLs" Is it soooo unique then?
The pdf version of the doc contains strange ' chars, thus copy-pasting the code won't work. (It's ok with the online version though)