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Flask URLs in JS - the clean way!

I should really write something nicer here. Later. Or maybe you want to send a PR? For now, check out the example and react-example folder for small example apps showing how to use this. The react-example uses the Babel macro which can be used with an unejected create-react-app setup.


As a user of library, you can safely ignore this section. This is just for maintainers to know how to make releases.

JavaScript releases

  • npm run check to ensure everything is fine (tests + eslint)
  • npx lerna publish to publish a new version (choose a version according to semver!)
  • git push the new commit and tags to the upstream repo (not your fork!)

Python releases

  • pytest to ensure the tests pass
  • Bump the version in manually (according to semver)
  • python bdist_wheel to build the wheel
  • git tag -s flask-cli@x.y.z to tag the release (with x.y.z being the new version)
  • twine upload ... to publish the wheel
  • git push the new commit and tags to the upstream repo (not your fork!)


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