Re: [flask] Flask-Fundatio 0.1 - Flask extension to integrate the Foundation front-end framework
- Wouter Bolsterlee
- 2013-07-19 @ 21:01
You are right that back-end integration is not *required*, but it can be
helpful nonetheless. Let me explain.
For instance, Flask-Fundatio bundles the required assets (CSS and
Additionally, it provides a base template that applications can extend,
and some template macros (just a few for now) to simplify creating
Foundation HTML constructs.
None of this is required if you use custom styling and templates, which
most "real" websites will do, but for quick experiments this extension
provides a useful starting point (at least it does for me). And even if
bring your own templates and assets, the macros can still be helpful to
avoid too much boilerplate in templates.
Teo Klestrup Röijezon schreef op wo 17-07-2013 om 23:54 [+0200]:
> Out of curiosity, as someone who's never worked with it, why does
> Foundation (which is a purely graphical front-end framework from my
> understanding of it) need back-end integration?
> On 17 July 2013 22:11, Wouter Bolsterlee <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've just released Flask-Fundatio 0.1, my go at a Flask
> extension to
> integrate the Foundation front-end framework. See
> https://github.com/wbolster/flask-fundatio for more
> — Wouter