Manage your Flask application content with a powerful headless CMS.
Open Source, customizable, and self-hosted, Strapi provides an intuitive admin panel as well as an API consumable from any http client.
The easiest way to manage your content
Effortlessly create content structures that flex to your needs. No matter which data structure is the best for your business, you can easily define models and add relations to create rich layout experiences.
Seamlessly write, edit and manage any content types.
Easily build apps and digital experiences without the distraction of CMS complexities.
Consume the API from Flask using REST or GraphQL.
Flask has a lot of benefits
Flask is a micro web framework written in Python. It is classified as a microframework because it does not require particular tools or libraries.
- Flexible and Easy.: This means that almost all the parts of flask are open to change, unlike some other web frameworks. Flask comes with a template engine that lets you use the same user interface for multiple pages. Python can insert variables into the templates.
- Easy to use and Extend: The idea behind Flask is to build a solid foundation for web applications of different complexity. From then on you are free to plug in any extensions you think you need. Also you are free to build your own modules.
- Testing: Using Flask for web development allows for unit testing through its integrated support, built-in development server, fast debugger, and restful request dispatching. It is lightweight to enable you to transit into a web framework easily with some extension.
Many http clients exists in Python in order to communicate with a Strapi API: http.client or requests
Strapi, the best fit with Flask
The out-of-the-box Strapi features allow you to get up-and-running in no time:
- Single types: Create one-off pages that have a unique content structure
- Customizable API: With Strapi, you can just hop in your code editor and edit the code to fit your API to your needs.
- Integrations: Strapi supports integrations with Cloudinary, SendGrid, Algolia, and others.
- Editor interface: The editor allows you to pull in dynamic blocks of content.
- Authentication: Secure and authorize access to your API with JWT or providers.
- RBAC: Help maximize operational efficiency, reduce dev team support work, safeguard against unauthorized access or configuration modifications.
- i18n: Manage content in multiple languages. Easily query the different locales through the API.