Hello! This article presents an open-source Flask API Boilerplate that any developer with basic programming knowledge might use to bootstrap fast a full-stack project with React, Vue, or any other Frontend Framework. The product implements a simple API interface that covers
register actions using JSON Web Tokens. For newcomers, Flask is a leading web framework written in Python used to code from a simple website, APIs, or complex eCommerce solutions. Thanks for reading!
- ✨ Flask API Boilerplate - product page hosted by AppSeed
- ✨ Flask API Boilerplate - source code (MIT License)
Simple API Starter enhanced with JWT authentication, SqlAlchemy, SQLite persistence, and deployment scripts via Docker. It has all the ready-to-use bare minimum essentials. Features:
- Up-to-date dependencies: Flask 2.0.2
- API Definition - the unified API structure implemented by this server
- Simple, intuitive codebase - can be extended with ease.
- Docker, Unitary tests
The Interface provides a simple, intuitive authentication interface that manages the registration and authentication using JWT tokens.
Probably the most easier way to start and use the product locally is via Docker, a popular virtualization software.
Step #1 - Clone Sources from GH
Step #2 - Start the API in Docker
Once all the above commands are executed, the API should be accessible in the browser at
http://localhost:5000 (the default address). To test and interact with the interface we have multiple choices: POSTMAN,
curl or the embedded
Swagger Dashboard exposed natively by
From this point, we can code our own frontend to interact and use this minimal authentication API or use other projects already compatible to communicate with this interface:
- 👉 React Soft Dashboard - source code
- 👉 React Berry Dashboard - source code
- 👉 React Datta Able - source code
- 👉 React Purity Dashboard - source code
We can choose any product from the above list to compile and start in the local environment manually or via Docker. Let's pick React Soft Dashboard, a really nice Material-UI design crafted by Creative-Tim.
Step #1 - Clone Sources (Github)
Step #2 - Start the React UI in Docker
The React UI by default, redirects the guest users to authenticate and we should see in the browser the login page.
Flask React Soft Dashboard - Widgets Page
In a similar way, we can compile and start the rest of the samples using Docker or a classic manual build by typing
yarn start in the root of each product.
Berry is a creative-free React Admin Dashboard build using the Material-UI by CodedThemes. It is meant to provide a nice User Experience with highly customizable feature-riched pages now available in a full-stack product.
Berry Dashboard is a complete game-changer React Dashboard Template with an easy and intuitive responsive design as on retina screens or laptops.
Datta Able is a colorful free React Admin Dashboard crafted by CodedThemes. It comes with high feature-rich pages and components with fully developer-centric code.
Datta Able React comes with error/bug-free, well structured, well-commented code and regularly with all latest updated code.
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