so @pythonanywhere is awesome; got a REST API in Flask up and running in no time— James Milner (@JamesLMilner) 17 May 2015
There is good, great and http://t.co/0obL8BoPpH. 30mins, E2E I was able to write a basic post/get flask server & have it publicly deployed.— Nishith Rastogi (@subiet) 20 December 2014
@pythonanywhere Just wanted to say thx! You made it possible that my first Flask app went live. Sciki-learn, numpy, ... runs so smoothly!— Sebastian Raschka (@rasbt) 3 December 2014
Thx /u/blatheringDolt who bigged us up on reddit! "finally able to launch Flask apps without tedious shell sessions" http://t.co/Bt3f9ixRgx— PythonAnywhere (@pythonanywhere) June 13, 2013
Python Flask + PythonAnywhere = Good app-building experience this weekend :)— Alex Moore-Niemi (@feminstwerewolf) April 29, 2013
app deployed with minimum hassle on https://t.co/t1cTlbYjUP— Delyon Ronnie (@delronnie) September 10, 2013
Have created a webapp and userscript that, in concert, will escrow bitly (& partners) URLs to protect user privacy. I love pythonanywhere.— Cathal Garvey (@onetruecathal) July 26, 2013
@pythonanywhere is awesome. We now deploy our web apps faster and with least amount of hassle.— Signum Solutions (@SignumSol) December 26, 2012
Our Flask config screen asks you just one question: where do you want to put your Flask app. Click OK, and your app will be created and start serving instantly. No fiddling with Apache or nginx config, no need to install anything.
With a PythonAnywhere Web Developer account, it's easy to manage separate versions of your site for dev, staging and production.
Getting code and content in and out is easy — you can use our built-in browser-based editor and Bash consoles, scp, or you can use git, mercurial and other VCS's to push and pull your code.
Our servers come pre-installed with Flask, as well as a huge number of other useful modules. If you need any more, you can use pip and virtualenvs to install anything you need.
This might just be the best button you ever click...
PythonAnywhere has been fantastic! I love the one-click web app setup. I am getting into a web-dev project at work at the moment. I just ran into the pain-in-the-neck that is apache configuration. Even with a sys-admin doing most of the work, it was still not fun. Then found that the enterprise LTS Linux distro uses an out-of-date Python and Flask stack, so my app didn't work. Really wanted to run around screaming obscenities. PythonAnywhere is a dream by comparison.