How to serve static files with Python 3 + Flask
Python Flask is a good microframework for building a minimal viable product to validate our ideas on the Internet. A modern web application encompasses documents that tell the web browser how to build the visuals of our web application and communicate with our server backend. Such documents are usually static in nature and are served as they are to the web browser without any processing from the server end.
Comparing setting up an instance of the Nginx server with adding code in our Flask application, the latter can be a more convenient way for us to realise our minimal viable product. This post documents the proof of concept that I did to serve static files with Python 3 and Flask.