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Python/Flask tutorial sample for Visual Studio Code

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The startup.py file, for its part, is specifically for deploying to Azure App Service on Linux without containers. Because the app code is in its own module in the hello_app folder (which has an __init__.py), trying to start the Gunicorn server within App Service on Linux produces an "Attempted relative import in non-package" error. The startup.py file, therefore, is just a shim to import the app object from the hello_app module, which then allows you to use startup:app in the Gunicorn command line (see startup.txt).

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Contributions to the sample are welcome. When submitting changes, also consider submitting matching changes to the tutorial, the source file for which is tutorial-flask.md.

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