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By mswatcher
via mattupstate.com
Submitted: Jun 27 2013 / 01:17

Flask has been my preferred web framework as of late. I think it has a great core feature set and Armin, the main author, has done well to keep it's API minimal and easy to digest even for developers that are relatively new to Python. However, given that it is a rather minimal framework, it can be often difficult to decide on how to structure an application after it reaches a certain level of complexity. It tends to be a common question that comes up in the #pocoo IRC channel.
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