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Incorporate Flask-Mimerender #51

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jfinkels opened this issue Apr 10, 2012 · 1 comment
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@jfinkels jfinkels commented Apr 10, 2012

Incorporate Flask-Mimerender to allow for responses of multiple mimetypes?

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All view methods return dictionaries representing the JSON response, and are
rendered into real HTTP response objects via the jsonpify() function as applied
by the mimerender decorator.
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All view methods return dictionaries representing the JSON response, and are
rendered into real HTTP response objects via the jsonpify() function as applied
by the mimerender decorator.
jfinkels added a commit that referenced this issue Jan 13, 2014
All view methods return dictionaries representing the JSON response, and are
rendered into real HTTP response objects via the jsonpify() function as applied
by the mimerender decorator.
jfinkels added a commit that referenced this issue Jan 13, 2014
All view methods return dictionaries representing the JSON response, and are
rendered into real HTTP response objects via the jsonpify() function as applied
by the mimerender decorator.
jfinkels added a commit that referenced this issue Mar 12, 2014
All view methods return dictionaries representing the JSON response, and are
rendered into real HTTP response objects via the jsonpify() function as applied
by the mimerender decorator.
jfinkels added a commit that referenced this issue Mar 12, 2014
Fixes issue #51: uses mimerender to render dictionaries to JSON
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@jfinkels jfinkels commented Mar 13, 2014

We now use mimerender. It remains to allow for specification and rendering of content types.

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