So: the technical reason we start counting arrays at zero is that in the mid-1960′s, you could shave a few cycles off of a program’s compilation time on an IBM 7094. The social reason is that we had to save every cycle we could, because if the job didn’t finish fast it might not finish at all and you never know when you’re getting bumped off the hardware because the President of IBM just called and fuck your thesis, it’s yacht-racing time.
By leveraging flask you can quickly prototype static pages using Jinja
Flask comes equipped with a runserver similar to the one used with Django
allowing quick template development. The Flask app can pass in context
variables to Jinja templates.
There is no configuration required for static files.
There is no settings.py file.
From the command line:
Using frozen_flask allows static pages to be generated essentially by calling
get on each of the pages defined in the app controller.py. So all you have to
do is FTP the static files to an apache/nginx server.