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I'm VERY grateful for this tutorial. I had just finished up "learn python the hard way" and was looking for the next steps in pursuing web app development. This was a natural transition and was well explained and I would have been happy had I purchased it (it's free currently). Heads up, having some basic html knowledge is a good idea before jumping in. I had this so no problem, but if you didn't you might get confused with the different syntax.
This one's a great course. Was stuck between learning Flask and Django for linking Python and the frontend for a project, and this tutorial helped me sideline Django and focus on Flask. It's also being updated for the latest versions of Python (v3.6) and Flask (v0.12), and will get fully updated by May 2018. You will learn enough to get up and running. :)
actually there are a lot of references, but I would say Miguel is trying to divide topics so that you could learning each topic of flask's part in less than an hour or maybe 2. there are like almost 20 or maybe more (?) topics, if you want to learn the basic so that you could quickly make a web I think try to learn like 9 of first topic, and jump to dates and times, and jump to ajax. It's fun I could learn new stack in less than a month and I used it a lot recently. and adding more, it's suitable for those people who can't catch up with video (like me!).
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