Time slot management system using Flask #2

The source code of the application can be downloaded here.

You can try the app here.

The plan for the application described in the previous article looks like this:

├───flask_contracts
│ ├───api
│ ├───auth
│ │ ├───static
│ │ │ └───logos
│ │ ├───templates
│ │ │ └───auth
│ │ ├───utils
│ │ │ ├───templates
│ │ │ │ └───utils
│ ├───contracts
│ │ ├───static
│ │ ├───templates
│ │ │ └───contracts
│ │ │ └───errors
│ │ ├───utils
│ ├───static
│ ├───templates
├───tests
│ ├───functional
│ ├───unit
└───venv

Each part of the application is a separate entity. A similar solution is used in Django. I wrote the manage.py file to manage the application. Each component has its own template subdirectories – a convention similar to Django’s.

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