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README.md

Frozen Flask + Github Pages Example

An example of how you can make static sites with Flask and deploy them for free on Github Pages.

See the blog post here.

$ pip install -r requirements.txt
# Run local server
$ python run.py
# Build static content
$ python freeze.py

See the site in action here.

License

Licensed under the WTFPL.