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optionally serve up front-end apps for all-in-one scenarios #222

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Back in 1.x pyFF had build-in frontend apps for discovery and metadata visualization. These have since been made into separate projects. In order to enable simple "all in one" deployment scenarios this PR attempts to make it possible for pyffd to serve frontend apps from the embedded gunicorn server. This will not be the default but it will make it possible to launch pyffd with the same feature-set as during 1.x

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Coverage decreased (-0.7%) to 71.332% when pulling 75bf399 on leifj_feat_bundled_apps into 052c556 on master.

@leifj leifj changed the title Leifj feat bundled apps optionally bundle front-end apps for all-in-one scenarios Apr 20, 2021
@leifj leifj changed the title optionally bundle front-end apps for all-in-one scenarios optionally serve up front-end apps for all-in-one scenarios Apr 20, 2021
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