A Flask Tutorial for people who don't know any web programming. Actually, it would be helpful to know static HTML, also Python.
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README.rst

This is a Flask tutorial for people who don't know any web programming.

I started learning Flask on June 4th, 2012. I was unhappy with the Flaskr tutorial, probably because I don't have a web programming background. I am writing this tutorial for people like me.

You should go through the tutorial in the following order:

  • start.rst
  • settingup.rst
  • connecting.rst
  • requests.rst
  • linking.rst
  • nextquestion.rst
  • finale.rst
  • wrapup.rst