python3-alpine-flask-docker - Sample Docker container for a Python 3 Flask based application with minimal footprint

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Sample Docker container for a Python 3 Flask based application with minimal footprint. Now you should be able to open http://0.0.0.0:5000 and see the demo Flask app returning a friendly Hello page.

https://github.com/nikos/python3-alpine-flask-docker

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