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Bundled: A quicker way to build SaaS applications
One of the tradeoffs of Flask is that since it doesn't solve everything out of the box, when you start new projects, you will find yourself repeating the same boilerplate code and integrating the same libraries. The design decision is the right one for Flask as framework, but when developers are building complex applications it results in a lot of boilerplate code to handle user authentication among other things.
Flask Ignite is something that I wrote to save myself time writing boilerplate code when creating new Flask applications. Hopefully it can save you some time on your next large Flask project.
As part of this book bundle, you will also receive a commercial license to use Flask Ignite.
|User Authentication||User Login, Registration, Forgot Password, Email Confirmation|
|OAuth Login||Login or Register with Google, Twitter, Facebook, etc.|
|Teams/Groups||Multi user teams & groups (with Invite Emails)|
|User Export & Deletion Request||Allows users to export their data (for GDPR compliance)|
|API||API (with user tokens) users to access data|
|Stripe Product Checkout||One time item purchases with credit cards and receipts (using Stripe)|
|Heroku/Docker Deployment||Deployment instructions for some platforms. Works on AWS & Google Cloud|
|Send Emails||Send email notifications from the application|
|Admin Dashboard||Admin dashboard to edit data|
|Basic Test Suite||Starting point for you to build out tests|
|VS Code Debugger & Editor||Configured to make you productive|
|Tested on Windows 10, OSX, and Ubuntu||Using Python 3|
|SaaS Recurring Billing||Team Billing, Usage Based Billing or Unlimited|