flask conditional according to urrl

To implement conditional logic in Flask based on the URL, you can follow these steps:

  1. Import the necessary Flask modules: python from flask import Flask, request

  2. Create an instance of the Flask application: python app = Flask(__name__)

  3. Define a route for your Flask application: python @app.route('/your_url') def your_route(): # Conditional logic goes here return 'Your response'

  4. Add logic to check the URL and perform specific actions accordingly: python @app.route('/your_url') def your_route(): if request.path == '/your_url': # Perform actions for this URL response = 'Your response for this URL' elif request.path == '/another_url': # Perform actions for another URL response = 'Your response for another URL' else: # Perform default actions response = 'Your default response' return response

In this example, we use the request.path attribute to get the URL path and then compare it with different URL paths using if and elif statements. You can add as many conditions as needed.

  1. Run the Flask application: python if __name__ == '__main__': app.run()

This will start the Flask development server, allowing you to test your conditional logic based on the URL.

By following these steps, you can implement conditional logic in Flask based on the URL. Make sure to adjust the URLs and logic according to your specific requirements.