Flask Volt is an open-source seed project crafted with an SQLite database, session-based authentication, basic helpers, and deployment scripts on top of Volt Bootstrap 5 design.
The codebase has a simple, modular structure that uses Blueprints and follows the industry best practices and patterns used in modern Python-based applications.
For newcomers, Flask is a lightweight web framework written in the Python programming language. It is designed to make getting started quick and easy, with the ability to scale up to complex applications.
The product can be used to start a new project by coding only the specific features on top or integrate the design into a legacy Python-based product.
The design is already production-ready with pages and components compatible with the Flask template engine.
Being a simple starter, any developer with basic Python knowledge should be able to compile and use the app by typing only a few lines in the terminal.
Check out the instructions on how you can get started with the Flask codebase.
Powered by Bootstrap 5
Volt is built using the latest version of Bootstrap 5 and because jQuery is no longer required as a dependency, Volt has been built using only Vanilla JS.
There are over 100 unique Bootstrap 5 UI elements that are included in the template, such as buttons, alerts, modals, and many more. Not only that, but there are also 10 unique dashboard pages that will make setting up a quick administration or web app UI easier.
You can explore all of the examples of UI elements by browsing the documentation.
Flask Volt comes pre-configured for Docker, Gunicorn/Nginx stack, and Heroku, a popular deployment platform. You can read more about the deployment scripts on the online documentation.
This template was built in partnership with the AppSeed App Generator.