luokr.com - Python-based blog using tornado and bootstrap framework(螺壳网)

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The initial version of luokr.com was developed by Alvan in July 2013. It is a Python-based server application using Tornado framework at backend and Bootstrap framework at frontend. Now it just a simple blog about technology and life. The background landing address is /admin, default username is admin and password is 123456. You can change it after you logined.

http://luokr.com
https://github.com/alvan/luokr.com

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