Certificate in Flask Framework

How It Works

  1. 1. Select Certification & Register
  2. 2. Receive Online e-Learning Access (LMS)
  3. 3. Take exam online anywhere, anytime
  4. 4. Get certified & Increase Employability

Test Details

  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • No. of questions: 50
  • Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%).
  • There is NO negative marking in this module.
  • Online exam.

Benefits of Certification

$49.00 /-

Flask is a lightweight and versatile Python web framework used for developing web applications. It is known for its simplicity, flexibility, and ease of use. Flask provides tools and libraries to build web applications quickly and efficiently by providing various features like routing, templates, and extensions.

Note: Please note that the course comes with online e-learning (videos) only. No hard copy will be provided.

Why should one take Flask Framework Certification?

Flask's simplicity, flexibility, compatibility, and scalability, making it a popular choice among developers for building web applications efficiently and effectively. Its user-friendly nature and adaptability contribute to its continued relevance in the ever-evolving landscape of web development.

Vskills Certificate in Flask Framework provides a hands-on approach to understand the basics of Flask Framework as well as using databases, API building, user sessions with Flask, and Flask extensions to design, build, and manage web and mobile applications.

The certification validates your ability to understand and apply skills and knowledge effectively, setting you apart from your peers and enhancing your opportunities for a successful career.

The certification covers

  • Flask-SQLAlchemy
  • Flask-WTF
  • Flask-Bootstrap

Who will benefit from taking Flask Framework Certification?

Web developers, Python developers, Software Testing Professionals, Engineers, Team Leads, Senior software engineers, managers will benefit immensely by opting for Vskills Certificate in Flask Framework to gain an edge in the Flask Framework and be noticeable amongst their colleagues as well as make progress in their respective careers.

Students taking the certification also gain by showcasing their understanding of Flask Framework and are able to increase their job opportunities.

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Flask Basics

  • Installation on Windows
  • Two Ways of Running Flask Applications
  • Installing and Running Hello World
  • Introduction to Routes
  • Route Methods
  • Route Variables
  • Requesting Query String
  • Requesting Form Data
  • Requesting JSON Data
  • Incoming Request Method
  • Redirects and url_for
  • Configuration
  • Sessions
  • Debug Mode


  • Introduction to Templates
  • Template Variables
  • Conditionals
  • Loops
  • Static Files
  • Inheritance
  • Include


  • Creating the Database
  • Connect to the Database
  • Queries
  • Inserting Data
  • View All Results

Food Tracker Application

  • Demo
  • Initial HTML Files
  • Adding Templates
  • Creating the Database
  • Adding Database Helpers
  • Working with the Food Form
  • Inserting Food Data into the Database
  • Displaying All Foods in the Database
  • Inserting the Date
  • Querying All Dates
  • Day Screen
  • Adding Food to the Database
  • Getting a List of Foods for the Day
  • Getting Food Totals for the Day
  • Links
  • Calculating Totals Per Day
  • Adding Links
  • Refactoring
  • Setting Up Deployment Server on Amazon Lightsail
  • Deploying to Amazon Lightsail Server
  • Errata

Question and Answer Application

  • Demo
  • Overview of Templates
  • Install and Templates
  • Database Helpers
  • Creating the Database
  • Registering a User
  • Logging In
  • Sessions
  • Common User Functions
  • Updating Links
  • Creating Test Users
  • User Setup Page
  • Creating a Question
  • Listing Questions
  • Answering Question
  • Home Route Questions
  • Question Page
  • Preventing Duplicate Users
  • Protecting Routes
  • Protecting Routes by Role
  • Login Failure Messages
  • Formatting Queries
  • Added Link Macro
  • Base Template
  • Deploying to Heroku
  • Converting to Postgres
  • Static Secret Key on Heroku

Member API

  • Demo
  • Setting Up the Application and Test with Postman
  • Adding Database Helpers
  • Creating the Database
  • Creating a New Member
  • Returning a Member after Creation
  • Getting All Members
  • Getting One Member
  • Editing a Member
  • Deleting a Member
  • Authentication
  • Authentication Decorator
  • Deploying to Python Anywhere


  • Setting Up a Database and Determining the URI
  • Installing Flask-SQLAlchemy
  • Connecting to the Database
  • Creating a Table
  • Inserting Data
  • Updating Data
  • Deleting Data
  • Introduction to Queries
  • Generative Queries
  • Not Equals and Like
  • In and Not In
  • Null and Not Null
  • And
  • Or
  • Order By
  • Limit
  • Offset
  • Count
  • Inequality
  • One-to-Many Relationship
  • One-to-Many Queries
  • Many-to-Many Relationships
  • Many-to-Many Queries


  • Installing and Setting Up Flask-WTF
  • Creating a Form
  • Submitting the Form
  • Validators
  • More Fields
  • Adding an Extra Validator
  • Changing Labels and Defaults
  • Prepopulating Data
  • Populating Obj
  • More on CSRF
  • Jinja Macro
  • Form Inheritance
  • Field Enclosures
  • Field List
  • Deleting Field
  • Dynamic Forms
  • Note on JavaScript AJAX
  • Recaptcha Field
  • Inline Validators
  • Information on Other Fields and Validators
  • Date Fields
  • Flask-WTF Example
  • Flask-WTF with Flask-Bootstrap


  • Installing and Setting Up Flask-Bootstrap
  • Blank HTML
  • Available Blocks


  • Configuring Flask-Mail
  • Setting Up Server and Sending an Email
  • Notes on Debug
  • Email Body
  • Adding More Recipients
  • Adding Sender Name
  • Bulk Messages
  • Attachments
  • Other Message Parameters
  • Setting Up Gmail


  • Installing Flask-Migrates and Setting Up an Environment Variable
  • Creating Database, Adding SQLAlchemy, and Migrating
  • Creating Table Upgrade in SQLite
  • Upgrading with SQLite
  • SQLite Downgrades
  • Upgrading and Downgrading
  • MySQL Upgrade and Downgrade
  • Manually Editing Migration
  • Dropping Columns in SQLite


  • Installing and Configuring Flask-Uploads
  • Uploading a Form
  • Uploading the Image
  • Allow and Deny
  • Default Dest
  • Combining Extensions


  • Installing and Initializing Flask-Login
  • Adding User Model
  • User Loader
  • Login User
  • Current User
  • Log Out a User
  • Creating a Login Form
  • Redirecting to the Login Route
  • Login Message
  • Redirecting Messages
  • Remember Me
  • Fresh Login
  • Alternative Tokens
  • Auto Expire
  • Using MongoDB


  • Installing and Setting Up Flask-Admin
  • Adding User View
  • Viewing Table with Multiple Columns
  • Tables with Relationships
  • Removing a Column from the View
  • Displaying Primary Key Column
  • Enabling/Disabling, Creating, Editing, and Deleting
  • Exporting Table Data
  • Creating a Modal
  • Other Attributes
  • Using on_model_change to Automatically Hash a Password
  • File Admin
  • Modifying the Home Template
  • Modifying Other Views
  • Creating a New View
  • URL For
  • Inline Models
  • Authentication for Views
  • Adding Flask-Login


  • Installing and Configuring Flask-User
  • Creating a Database
  • Flask-User Sign In and Register Screens
  • Creating a Protected Page
  • What Flask-User Does to the Database Record?
  • Enabling Emails
  • Modifying Templates
  • Modifying Email Templates
  • Changing the After-Register Endpoint
  • Current User Information


  • Installing Flask-Babel
  • Locale
  • Dates and Datetime
  • Marking Words for Translation
  • Translations
  • Poedit


  • Installing Flask-Restless
  • Setting Up Models
  • Creating a Database
  • Integrating Flask-Restless
  • GET Requests
  • GET Specific Items
  • POST Requests
  • DELETE Requests
  • PUT Requests
  • Limit
  • Offset
  • Order By
  • Searching Queries
  • In and Not In Operators
  • Is Null and Is Not Null Operators
  • Like Operator
  • Or Queries
  • Any Operator
  • Has Operator
  • Deleting with Queries
  • Patching with the Queries Bug
  • Pagination


  • Installing and Setting Up Flask-SocketIO
  • Setting Up JavaScript Client
  • Sending Messages from Client to Server
  • Sending Messages from Server to Client
  • Emitting Custom Events
  • Sending and Receiving JSON
  • Multiple Clients
  • Broadcasting Messages
  • Server Initiated Events
  • Namespaces
  • Session IDs
  • Sending Private Message
  • Joining a Room
  • Leaving a Room
  • Closing a Room
  • Connecting and Disconnecting


  • Installing and Setting Up Flask-Security
  • Creating a Database
  • Viewing Login and Register Routes
  • Additional Routes
  • Login Required and Current User
  • Roles
  • Enabling Mail
  • Custom Emails
  • Custom Views
  • Extending the Forms
  • HTTP Basic Authentication

Engage! A Twitter Clone

  • Overview of Templates
  • Creating Routes with Templates
  • Converting Static Resources
  • Preparing Flask-Migrate and Flask-SQLAlchemy
  • Creating an SQLite Database
  • Adding User Model and Creating a Table
  • Creating the Register Form
  • Converting the Register Form to WTForm
  • Testing the Register Form
  • Adding Error Messages to the Register Form
  • Handling the Profile Image Upload
  • Saving the Registration Data to the Database
  • Creating the Login Form
  • Creating the Login Route
  • Finishing the Login Form
  • Displaying the Profile Information
  • Creating Tweet Model and Migrating
  • Creating a Tweet Form
  • Updating the Timeline to Be Dynamic
  • Adding Time Since the Creation of a Tweet
  • First Refactor
  • Timeline Image and Total Tweets
  • General Timeline Page
  • Making a Profile General
  • Follower Model
  • Adding a Follow Route
  • Updating the Follower Count and List of Followers
  • Creating a Follow Link
  • Testing the Follow Link
  • Updating the Timeline Page
  • Adding Links to User Profiles
  • Who to Watch Section?
  • Adding User Timeline Links
  • Refactoring HTML
  • Refactoring Navigation
  • Making Navigation Links Dependent on Login Status
  • Updating the Timeline Follower Count and Changing the Homepage
  • Refactoring Views
  • Refactor Register Template
  • Conclusion

Store Application

  • Initial Files
  • Adding the Product Table
  • Creating the Add Product Form
  • Adding Products to the Database
  • Admin Dashboard Product List
  • Showing the Dollar Amount and Product Counts
  • Adding Products to the Homepage
  • The Product Page
  • Adding Products to the Cart
  • The Cart Session
  • Displaying Items in the Cart
  • Removing Items from Cart
  • Creating the Order Tables
  • Creating the Checkout Form – Part 1
  • Checkout Form - Part 2
  • Checkout Form - Part 3
  • Randomizing the Reference
  • Checkout Screen Cart Details
  • Managing Pending Orders
  • Calculating the Order Total
  • Order Screen
  • Updating the Stock Totals

Forum Application

  • Overview of the Forum Application
  • Setting Up the Flask-Security Models
  • Setting Up the Register Page
  • Setting Up a User
  • Login Screen
  • Thread Model
  • Saving the Thread Form to the Database
  • Displaying Threads from the Database
  • Updating the Thread Model to Include the Date
  • Thread Page
  • Creating the Reply Model
  • Handling Replies
  • Adding the Last Post's Date
  • The Profile Page
  • Adding Links and Wrap Up

Weather Application

  • Introduction
  • Setting Up the Application
  • Retrieve API Data
  • Creating a Database
  • Adding Cities to the Database
  • Show Saved City Data
  • Allow User Save Cities
  • Install Python-Dotenv
  • Preventing Duplicate Cities
  • Preventing Invalid Cities
  • Message Flashing
  • Deleting Cities

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