Flask – Sijax
Sijax stands for ‘Simple Ajax’ and it is a Python/jQuery library designed to help you easily bring Ajax to your application. It uses jQuery.ajax to make AJAX requests.
Installation of Flask-Sijax is easy.
pip install flask-sijax
SIJAX_JSON_URI − the URI to load the json2.js static file from
Functions registered that way can't give Sijax usefulness, since they can't be cannot to utilizing a POST strategy as a matter of course (and Sijax uses POST requests).
To make a View work equipped for dealing with Sijax demands, make it available by means of POST utilizing @app.route('/url', strategies = ['GET', 'POST']) or utilize the @flask_sijax.route aide decorator like this −
Every Sijax handler function (like this one) receives at least one parameter automatically, much like Python passes ‘self’ to the object methods. The ‘obj_response’ parameter is the function's way of talking back to the browser.
def say_hi(obj_response): obj_response.alert('Hi there!')
When Sijax request is detected, Sijax handles it like this −
A minimal Sijax application code looks as follows −
import os from flask import Flask, g from flask_sijax import sijax path = os.path.join('.', os.path.dirname(__file__), 'static/js/sijax/') app = Flask(__name__) app.config['SIJAX_STATIC_PATH'] = path app.config['SIJAX_JSON_URI'] = '/static/js/sijax/json2.js' flask_sijax.Sijax(app) @app.route('/') def index(): return 'Index' @flask_sijax.route(app, '/hello') def hello(): def say_hi(obj_response): obj_response.alert('Hi there!') if g.sijax.is_sijax_request: # Sijax request detected - let Sijax handle it g.sijax.register_callback('say_hi', say_hi) return g.sijax.process_request() return _render_template('sijaxexample.html') if __name__ == '__main__': app.run(debug = True)
When a Sijax requests (a special jQuery.ajax() request) to the server, this request is detected on the server by g.sijax.is_sijax_request(), in which case you let Sijax handle the request.