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README.rst

Flask-Blogging

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This is a Flask extension for adding blog support to your site using Markdown. Please see Flask-Blogging documentation for more details. You can extend Flask-Blogging by using plugins from here.

Check out the Serverless Blog demo running on AWS Lambda.

Features

  • Integration with Markdown Editor
  • Ability to upload images for use in blog pages
  • Incorporate math formulas in LaTeX format
  • Integrates with authentication to allow multiple users
  • Plugin framework to easily extend and add new features

Screen Shots

Blog Editor
/docs/_static/blog_editor.png

Blog Page

/docs/_static/blog_page.png

Minimal Example

Check the quickstart example for the latest documentation.

Installation

Install the extension with the following commands:

$ easy_install flask-blogging

or alternatively if you have pip installed:

$ pip install flask-blogging

Dependencies

License

MIT

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