PyMongo support for Flask applications
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Flask-PyMongo 2.0 Coming Soon

Keeping up with PyMongo and MongoDB developments has been a continual struggle for me as maintainer of Flask-PyMongo, as attested to by the long list of bugs filed. I have let down those who use this project, and I apologize for that.

In order to make the maintenance load acceptable, I have decided to release version 2.0 which will remove all of the "split out" configuration functionality. In 2.0, Flask-PyMongo will only read a MongoDB connection URI from Flask config. For cases where some configuration cannot be passed via URI, it will also accept keyword arguments, which will be passed directly to PyMongo.

I anticipate that this will require changes from many users of Flask-PyMongo, and I apologize for the disruption. I believe that this direction will enable me to keep up with compatibility requests, reduce the number of custom forked versions, and provide a more compact and stable platform for future development.

If you have not yet done so, please pin your version of Flask-PyMongo to the current version (e.g. flask-pymongo<2.0 in a requirements.txt file).

Please use https://github.com/dcrosta/flask-pymongo/issues/110 if you have any questions or concerns with this decision.

Flask-PyMongo

PyMongo support for Flask applications

Quickstart

from flask import Flask
from flask_pymongo import PyMongo

app = Flask(__name__)
mongo = PyMongo(app)

@app.route('/')
def home_page():
    online_users = mongo.db.users.find({'online': True})
    return render_template('index.html', online_users=online_users)

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