python-docker - Guide for Writing Dockerfiles for Python Web Applications

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A simple Hello World app written in Python Flask. Contains Dockerfiles for Development (with Hot Reloading) and Production.

https://blog.hasura.io/how-to-write-dockerfiles-for-python-web-apps-6d173842ae1d
https://github.com/praveenweb/python-docker

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