[Flask] How to truely asynchronize a Flask application

Christof Verdonck hcmr.verdonck.christof at gmail.com
Wed Jan 4 10:36:08 EST 2017


I developed a Flask web application, which while testing,
did exactly what I expected from it.

But now that we want to access this application (which performs
long-lasting queries to the database)
with multiple users, I realize that the Flask, he way I have used it,works
as a blocking server.

As I am new to both Python and Flask development,
I wonder if someone guide me on how I could
make this application run in an a-synchronize way?
Meaning: multiple (read a lot of) users served at the same time.

I thank you in advance

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