Writing the form's front end in a web template.
- [Instructor] Now that we have defined…the forms fields in Forms.py,…in this video, let's display the form…when the user visits the sign up page.…In other words, when the user visits the URL signup,…a sign up page containing this form should show up.…This means we need to create a new URL mapping in Routes.py,…and a new web template in the Templates folder.…This is similar to what we did…for the Index and About pages.…There are a couple of minor additions along the way.…So follow along, and let's do this together.…Open up Routes.py,…and import the newly created form.…
So from forms, import SignupForm.…Next, configure the form to protect against…a security exploit called cross sight…request forgery, or CSRF.…You can Google CSRF to learn more about this.…Type app.secret_key = "development-key".…Here I define a secret key that Flask-WTF…can use to generate secure forms.…Then, create a new URL mapping in Routes.py…just as we've done before.…
So type app.route("/signup").…Then create a function def signup.…Inside this function, first create a…
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