2.5 Using Custom Functions Within Templates
So far, you have seen how to use certain functions within Flask templates. It's also possible for us to write our own custom functions and make them available for use within templates. In this lesson, I'll show you how to do just that.
1.Introduction4 lessons, 23:33
4 lessons, 23:33
2.Building the Application7 lessons, 52:57
7 lessons, 52:57
3.Forms for Editing Content3 lessons, 29:03
3 lessons, 29:03
4.Login and Authorization3 lessons, 17:01
3 lessons, 17:01
5.Conclusion1 lesson, 01:03
1 lesson, 01:03
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