In Explore Flask I do my best to teach some of the patterns and best practices most commonly used by Flask developers to make developing applications an easier process.
The book is currently in development, but I've decided to make it available for purchase to get continuous feedback as I work on future releases.
I want to make the book available to as many people as possible, so you can pay what you feel is appropriate.
Everybody who buys the book now (even for $0) will get future versions sent to their email at no cost.Get the latest release (0.02)
Robert Picard is a web developer and Flask enthusiast. In May of 2013 he noticed that there wasn't a good book outlining Flask best practices and decided to write it himself. In June, he launched a Kickstarter that would ultimately raise $8,175 from 426 backers all around the world.
The plan is to first finish revising the chapters that have been drafted. Each of those will be included in a new release as they're completed. Once those are all done, I'll start drafting the unwritten chapters. Then of course I'll revise those and release them in pre-release versions of Explore Flask.
The last step will be incorporating all of the feedback and doing another pass through each chapter for version 1.0 of the book.
The content of Explore Flask is available on GitHub here: https://github.com/rpicard/explore-flask. I would love to see bug reports and pull requests!