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uwsgi-nginx-flask-docker - Docker image with uWSGI and Nginx for Flask applications in Python running in a single container

  •    Shell

Docker image with uWSGI and Nginx for Flask web applications in Python 3.6, Python 3.5 and Python 2.7 running in a single container. Optionally using Alpine Linux. This Docker image allows you to create Flask web applications in Python that run with uWSGI and Nginx in a single container.

flask-graphql - Adds GraphQL support to your Flask application.

  •    Python

Adds GraphQL support to your Flask application.This will add /graphql and /graphiql endpoints to your app.

lint-review - An automated code linting bot that integrates various code lint tools with github pull requests

  •    Python

Lint Review helps automate a tedious part of code review - enforcing coding standards. By using the GitHub API Lint Review runs a repository's configured linters and updates pull requests with line comments where lint errors would be introduced. Lint Review runs as two processes. A web process handles accepting webhooks from github, and a celery process handles cloning repositories and running lint tools. You'll also need to have rabbitmq-server running.




quokka_ng - :hamster: WIP - QuokkaCMS New Generation - Refactor from scratch using TinyDB

  •    Python

Quokka is a Content Management Framework written in Python. A lightweight framework to build CMS (Content Management System) as websites, portals, blogs, applications and anything related to publishing content to the web.

DocumentFeatureSelection - A set of metrics for feature selection from text data

  •    Python

The feature selection is also useful when you observe your text data. With the feature selection, you can get to know which features really contribute to specific labels. Please visit project page on github.

imageviewer - tiny flask app for viewing images with catalogs

  •    HTML

This is a web-based image viewer for that. It is a tiny flask app, built with bootstrap, which will display images and their meta information from a table with pagination. It could be a starting point for a more complex application.


apps - Carson Sievert's web applications

  •    Javascript

This repo contains code for building and deploying web applications (e.g. shiny, fiery, and flask) that I've developed for public consumption. If you'd like to run a particular app in this repo, you can get the relevant image tag from the application.yml file.

flask-rest-template - template for a rest app with flask, flask-rest and more...

  •    Python

The ideia behind the project is to create an useful and simple template for an rest app . Besides the good intentions, I tried to follow some ideas that I've learned. (see "inspirations" item). I also tried to create useful docstrings and helpers functions. However, I did not create (yet) a documentation based on docstring (e.g. using sphinx), what [IMO] could give an idea about write docs.

worklog - This code pattern creates a Python Flask application that incorporates MongoDB as a microservice in Docker containers

  •    Javascript

Follow these steps to setup and run this code pattern locally and on the Cloud. The steps are described in detail below. NOTE: If a new repo is used for the Docker containers, the container image will need to be modified to the name of the new repo used in deploy-webapp.yml and/or deploy-webappui.yml.

wimp - Where is my Prof?

  •    Python

Alwin is a wimpy kid. What? Is he lazy? Not at all! He always asks me, 'Where is my Prof?'. He is in search of his project and sick of waiting for hours in front of his Prof's office. Boom! He got an idea. He started to search the Prof's timetable and decided to meet him after his class. He went to ERP. Wow! What a beautiful place it is! He found the Prof's department and checked department time table, found out his slots, compared his slots with time and finally, he met him. But, alas! He was late. The Prof gave his project to another stud. Alwin asked him, 'Bro, how did you find him earlier?'. He replied, 'Use WIMP kid!'. You can use any JSON utility that is installed on your computer. jq is recommended.

xmpp-http-upload - An external HTTP upload (XEP-0363) implementation for use with e.g. Prosody

  •    Python

This provides a Flask-based HTTP service which can be used with mod_http_upload_external. The configuration file is specified using the environment variable XMPP_HTTP_UPLOAD_CONFIG. It must contain the full path to the configuration file.

Annif - Annif is a multi-algorithm automated subject indexing tool for libraries, archives and museums

  •    Python

Annif is an automated subject indexing toolkit. It was originally created as a statistical automated indexing tool that used metadata from the Finna.fi discovery interface as a training corpus. This repo contains a rewritten production version of Annif based on the prototype. It is a work in progress, but already functional for many common tasks.

username-availability-checker - Live at : https://username-check.herokuapp.com/

  •    Python

Creating a virtual environment for the project is recommended. To use, go to address generated by flask app in a browser.

talkshow - A Call 4 Papers System - A simple base app as example of Flask Architecture

  •    Python

A Apostila em PDF contém a explicação detalhada dos arquivos deste repositório, é recomendado acompanhar a apostila enquanto desenvolve o projeto e utilizar este repositório apenas como referencia para copy/paste.

pyxterm.js - A fully functional terminal in your browser.

  •    Python

A fully functional terminal in your browser. This is a Flask websocket backend combined with the Xterm.js Javascript terminal emulator in the frontend. It works out of the box and can run any application you want, including bash.

todoist_bot - @Todoist_bot for Telegram (UNofficial)

  •    Python

@Todoist_bot for Telegram (UNofficial). I promise, that I don't use your personal infomation and don't make it public.

flask_ishuhui - Comic reading website built by flask.

  •    Python

A flask project built for learning. Responsive waterfalls flow by Masonry and real time search by List.js. Licensed under the MIT License.