Tag Archives: flask

Configuration of python web applications

Hopefully it’s obvious that separating configuration from application code is always a good idea. One simple and effective way I’ve found to do this in my python (think bottle, flask, etc.) apps is with a simple JSON configuration file. Choosing JSON makes sense for a few reasons: Easy to read (for humans) Easy to consume […]

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Revisit Webfaction Hosting

Several years ago I hosted with webfaction for about a year. I was drawn to them at the time because they allowed SSH access and I could run Java applications on my account. Those were not common features available under shared hosting at the time. I didn’t end up deploying any Java applications and the […]

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