Admin App Login Required Flask
Flask is a python based web development framework .I have started playing with Flask a month ago and found it really easy to use.By writing this blog post I wanted to highlight how easy it is to use Flask for creating a simple login page. I'm using pycharm as editor for my python development.
#Example of combining Flask-Security and Flask-Admin. # by Steve Saporta # April 15, 2014 # Uses Flask-Security to control access to the application, with "admin" and "end-user" roles. # Uses Flask-Admin to provide an admin UI for the lists of users and roles. # SQLAlchemy ORM, Flask-Mail and WTForms are used in supporting roles, as well.
Intro to Flask-Admin Pretty Printed and then I'll show you how to set up a basic version of it in your app using Flask-SQLAlchemy and SQLite. Creating a User Login System Using Python
Here are the examples of the python api flask_login.login_required taken from open source projects. By voting up you can indicate which examples are most useful and appropriate.
from flask import Flask from flask_simplelogin import SimpleLogin app = Flask(__name__) SimpleLogin(app) That's it! now you have /login and /logout routes in your application. The username defaults to admin and the password defaults to secret (yeah that's not clever, let's see how to change it) Configuring. Simple way
Flask does not provide user session management facilities so you are required to either roll your own or use an extension. Extensions are a way by which developers can extend Flask; this goes with Flask's minimalist nature.