2/21/2019 - 2:35 AM

Flask Blueprint Example

call app.register_blueprint(blueprint) to register blue print login_manager = flask_login.LoginManager() login_manager.init_app(app)

You will need to provide a user_loader callback. This callback is used to reload the user object from the user ID stored in the session. It should take the unicode ID of a user, and return the corresponding user object. For example: @login_manager.user_loader def load_user(user_id): return User.get(user_id)

/admin has been mapped to admin_panel blue print, This defined in the with the following code snippet

from flask import Blueprint

def processAppBP(partial_module_string, url_prefix):
    :param partial_module_string: Blueprint path to python blueprint file
    :param url_prefix: URI context
    :return: Blueprint with information
    applicationName = 'UTEWebUI'
    name = partial_module_string
    import_name = applicationName + '.views.{}'.format(partial_module_string)
    template_folder = 'templates'
    blueprint = Blueprint(name, import_name, template_folder=template_folder, url_prefix=url_prefix)

    return blueprint

admin_panel = processAppBP('home.index', '/admin')
base = processAppBP('base.index', '/')

all_blueprints = (admin_panel, base)