Blueprints allow for modular code, they should be used whenever the
routes start to span multiple modules. Blueprints, like the app can have
template and static files, therefore a typical folder structure for a
store would be,
blueprints/ blueprints/store/__init__.py blueprints/store/templates/ blueprints/store/templates/index.html blueprints/store/static/
__init__.py file should contain something like,
from quart import Blueprint blueprint = Blueprint('store', __name__) @blueprint.route('/') def index(): return render_template('index.html')
the endpoint is then identified as
store.index for example when
It is possible to register a blueprint on another blueprint.
parent = Blueprint("parent", __name__, url_prefix="/parent") child = Blueprint("child", __name__, url_prefix="/child) parent.register_blueprint(child) app.register_blueprint(parent)
The child blueprint will gain the parent’s name as a prefix to its name, and child URLs will be prefixed with the parent’s URL prefix.
Blueprint-specific before request functions, etc. registered with the parent will trigger for the child. If a child does not have an error handler that can handle a given exception, the parent’s will be tried.