FALLBACK LATEST 1 THEME | Flask, HTML, JS and Tailwind Based Website

 import logging
from fastapi import FastAPI
from fastapi.responses import HTMLResponse
from fastapi.staticfiles import StaticFiles
from fastapi.templating import Jinja2Templates
from starlette.requests import Request

# Setup logging
logging.basicConfig(level=logging.INFO)
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

app = FastAPI()
app.mount("/static", StaticFiles(directory="static"), name="static")
app.mount("/static/js", StaticFiles(directory="static/js"), name="static_js")
app.mount("/static/css", StaticFiles(directory="static/css"), name="static_css")
app.mount("/static", StaticFiles(directory="static"), name="static")
templates = Jinja2Templates(directory="templates")


@app.get("/", response_class=HTMLResponse)
async def home_route(request: Request):
    return templates.TemplateResponse("home.html", {"request": request})

About this template

This is a good starting point for styled website. It has a header, footer. Has Tailwind and Flowbite loaded so you can build nice looking pages from here.

Introduction to the FALLBACK LATEST 1 THEME Template

Welcome to the FALLBACK LATEST 1 THEME template guide. This template is an excellent starting point for builders looking to create a stylish website with ease. It comes equipped with a header, footer, and is styled using Tailwind CSS and Flowbite. With Lazy, you can deploy this template without worrying about environment setup or library installations. Let's get started on how to use this template to build your application.

Getting Started with the Template

To begin using the FALLBACK LATEST 1 THEME template, simply click on "Start with this Template" within the Lazy platform. This will pre-populate the code in the Lazy Builder interface, so you won't need to copy or paste any code manually.

Test: Deploying the App

Once you have initiated the template, press the "Test" button to start the deployment process. The Lazy CLI will handle the deployment, and you will be prompted for any required user input during this process.

Using the App

After the deployment is complete, Lazy will provide you with a dedicated server link. This link allows you to interact with your newly created website. The template includes a frontend interface, so you can see your changes in real-time. The home page is designed to be modified with your content, and you can include additional pages as needed.

The template's frontend is structured with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files. You can edit these files to customize the look and feel of your website. The main components are:

  • home.html - The main HTML file for your homepage.
  • _header.html - A partial HTML file that contains the header section of your website.
  • styles.css - The CSS file where you can add your custom styles.
  • script.js - The JavaScript file where you can add interactivity to your website.

Feel free to modify these files to suit your application's needs. For example, you can change the placeholder logo and app name in the _header.html file to your own branding.

Integrating the App

If you need to integrate this app with external tools or services, you may need to add the app's server link provided by Lazy to those tools. For instance, if you're using an external service that requires API endpoints, you would use the server link as the base URL for your API calls.

Remember, if your integration requires specific scopes or particular code snippets, ensure you follow the guidelines provided by the external tool's documentation. For example, if you're integrating with a third-party authentication service, you'll need to follow their instructions for adding callback URLs or setting up OAuth scopes.

If you need to make API calls to your FastAPI backend, Lazy will also provide you with a docs link after deployment. This link will take you to the automatically generated documentation for your FastAPI, where you can test out the API endpoints directly.

That's it! You're now ready to use the FALLBACK LATEST 1 THEME template to build and deploy your website with Lazy. Customize it to your liking, integrate it with the necessary tools, and launch your application with ease.

Category
Technology
Last published
June 15, 2024

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