route "/lol" and route "/lol/", the /lol route will redirect to "/lol"/ by default. Thats fine. BUT KEEP THE PROTOCOL in the redirect.
Need best practice big Flask project example.
manual page 15 7th line "ommited" should be "omitted"
Would love it if the examples are given in one spot with explanation given as comments
Would really like a very basic jinja2 tutorial
The 'community' tab on the website calls flask a 'rather new project', and the page was last updated in 2010...
Better integration with Bootstrap. Flask-Bootstrap is available but has poor documentation + incompatible with many controls
the doc is awesome
I'm don't add dynamic textfield into WTFform!!!!!!
I cannot understand how exactly I can insert related records by sqlalchemy. User and profile, for example
There is no way to handle client socket disconnect event, cannot release allocated resource for each SSE client.
its not django
Because i cannot use regex in url routing by default
Cool Framework! Keep up the good work!
kinda hard to learn for me :'(
There's no common interface for signals (flask.signals and after_request). Even signals should be able to edit data.
no Python 3.
becuz it doesn't support py3 :(
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.