Work with markup that writes itself with Flask's Jinja library.
So you want to build a web application in Python, eh? Hasn't anybody told you... Python is SLOW! Python is subject to CONTEXT SWITCHING! Oh, the HORROR!
Chances are most of these people aren't well-versed in Python at all. I enjoy creating web applications in Flask more-so than I do in Node. Even if we were to put aside somehow
After achieving market dominance, Flask is a Python framework impossible to avoid.
Evidence of Flask’s rise to power has been all around us for a couple of years now. Anybody paying close attention to the technology stacks chosen by startups has undoubtedly noticed a flip: at some point, the industry standard flipped away from Django entirely.
Huge bets are being placed on Flask across the industry. Plotly’s famous Dash product
Pairing Flask with zero-effort container deployments is a deadly path to addiction.
It's difficult to cover every cloud solution on the market without at least mentioning Heroku. Heroku contrasts nearly every cloud hosting solution by offering a clear purpose: make deploying apps of any kind as easy as possible. Deploying to a VPS requires knowledge of web servers and configurations. Deploying to containers requires knowledge of Docker or Kubernetes. Deploying to Heroku