Flask Template in Docker
Note on Branches
It's worth noting that there are currently two branches here. One (master) with Bootstrap 3 as the CSS framework, the other with the more minimal Skeleton CSS. I'm not sure that everything works well in the demo app on the skeleton branch, but it's there if you want the install with Skeleton to hack away on.
What is this?
A fully configured and ready to hack flask template loaded up with Bootstrap 3, jQuery, and a bunch of Flask Extensions, served via nginx and uWSGI.
All credit for the actual Flask app implementation and design goes to Steven Loria (@sloria) and his project cookiecutter-flask.
This Dockerfile basically just wraps that up into a container, removes some unnecessaries and replaces gunicorn with uWSGI.
Head over to cookiecutter-flask to learn more about the contained app.
Use linked postgres or mysql/mariadb container for automated db configuration.
See fig.yml in repo for example.
Otherwise use DB_URI or DB_*. DB_URI takes precedence:
|CREATE_FLASK_DB||true||Automatically create database tables for app. Won't overwrite your DB when container is restarted based on presence of /var/www/flask/.bootstrap|
|PROJECT_NAME||Flask Template||Name you would like to show up in the templates|
|USER_EMAILemail@example.com||Email to provide in the
|SERVER_NAME||'_'||Nginx 'server_name' directive.|
|MAIL_TLS||true||Use TLS for communication with mail server|
|MAIL_SSL||false||Use SSL for communication with mail server|
|MAIL_USER||admin||Login username for SMTP server|
|MAIL_PASS||Login password for SMTP server|
|MAIL_SENDERfirstname.lastname@example.org||Email address to send mail from|
|DB_URI||Specify whole URI in one environment variable|
|DB_USER||Login user for DB|
|DB_PASS||Password for user@db|
|DB_ADDR||domain or IP of DB|
|DB_PORT||Port of DB|
|DB_TYPE||Type of database, 'mysql' or 'postgresql'. Optional if DB port is standard mysql (3306) or postgres (5432) port|