Tag Archives: python

Combining multiple forms in Flask-WTForms but validating independently

Introduction We have a Flask project coming up which will include a user profile form.  This form can be considered as one big form or as multiple smaller forms and can also be submitted as a whole or section-by-section. As part of planning for this work, we did a proof-of-concept around combining multiple subforms together […]

Connecting to Google’s Natural Language API with Python on App Engine.

Connecting to Google’s Natural Language API with Python on App Engine. Introduction As part of our recent White October Hack Day, I did something very basic using Google’s Natural Language API to extract a list of nouns from a sentence. The detail of what I used it for isn’t important here.  What is important is […]

Handling uploads with App Engine and webapp2

I’ve been developing a prototype with Google App Engine, webapp2 and Python for a few weeks now, and I’m really enjoying it. That said, some things have taken a bit more digging to work out.  This blog post is an attempt to explain one of those areas that I think could do with a bit […]

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