Alright let's discuss web options, ideas, tutorials, about hosting Flask Python on the web.
If you have links to hosting a specific webserver of flask on the internet somewhere, then now is your chance to link such tutorials.
I know there are popular hosts like Heroku and WebFaction that allow Python Flask hosting, but even those websites don't have very good guides on actually completing this for newbies.
If you have links to hosting free webservers for Python Flask that would be nice too.
If you have links comparing different webservers for hosting Flask.
There are many [deployment options on the official Flask website](http://flask.pocoo.org/docs/deploying/)--however, figuring out which is the best, fastest, and easiest to do, is something only experienced developers can recommend and describe.
This is something we can sticky later, because getting people into Flask can be an issue due to hosting and deployment problems.
**List of Python Flask-capable Webhosts**
- [PythonAnywhere.com](http://www.pythonanywhere.com) (web-SSH; web-instant-MySQL-db; web-IDE; **instant** deployment of flask, free; easy logs; github/single-file-upload support; SFTP/SSH requires pay)
- [Nitrious.io](http://nitrious.io) (web-IDE; SSH; free; requires "websocket"-supporting browser; upgradeable cloud service)
- [Heroku](http://www.heroku.com) (SSH; flask must be installed by you, slightly-difficult-windows-instructions, upgradeable cloud service)
- [WebFaction](http://www.webfaction.com) (SSH; paid-web-host [good prices]; flask must be installed by you; possible configuration and path issues possible; SFTP)
- [Google App Engine](https://developers.google.com/appengine/?csw=1) (Desktop admin app; [flask can be configured with this repo](https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/appengine-python-flask-skeleton))
- [OpenShift](https://www.openshift.com/blogs/announcing-a-new-book-getting-started-with-openshift-a-guide-for-impatient-beginners) (requires extensive ssh installation of ruby, python, etc.)