I'm currently out of work, so I'm trying to get myself to write tutorials and general tech pieces. But I'm not sure if this stuff is too obvious for anyone to bother, so looking for some feedback.
UPDATE: Ended up going with it. Would love feedback before I start spreading it around, especially from novices / learners: https://github.com/deadwisdom/flask-static-tutorial
12 thoughts on “Looking for tutorials to write, would anyone be interested in a tutorial on using flask to generate static websites and hosting them on Netlify?”
If you got the time I say do it.
People who start learning now they will probably read it and it will help them.
It doesn’t matter if the tutorial already exists from someone else. If you enjoy creating it do it and have a good time with it.
It will be helpful, no doubt about that.
Yes, that would be interesting. Before diving in, and completing the whole tutorial, perhaps post an outline of the workflow here. You may get some useful input about alternative workflows and alternative libraries, and perhaps gain a bigger audience.
looking forward to it!
It could be interesting but why use flask to make static websites? I’m not sure I understand why it can’t be done without flask, since flask is a backend and Netlify only hosts the front end. Maybe I’m misunderstanding something
Nothing is “too obvious” when you’re learning. Absolutely do it
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Are you talking about something similar to Jekyll and Hugo? If so, that could certainly make for an interesting read.
That’ll be cool. I am looking for how to do that correctly for sometime now
this sounds crazy, i’d love to see it
Go ahead and let us know when you’re ready. I’d like to have a look at it. Cheers!