set allowed methods flask

To set the allowed methods in Flask, you can use the @app.route decorator along with the methods parameter. Here is how you can do it:

  1. Import the Flask module:
from flask import Flask
  1. Create an instance of the Flask class:
app = Flask(__name__)
  1. Define a route using the @app.route decorator:
@app.route('/example', methods=['GET', 'POST'])

In this example, the route is /example and the allowed methods are GET and POST. You can specify any HTTP methods you want to allow, such as GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, etc.

  1. Define a function to handle the route:
def example():
    # Your code here

This function will be executed when the route is accessed.

  1. Associate the route with the function:
app.add_url_rule('/example', 'example', example)

This line associates the /example route with the example function.

That's it! Now you have set the allowed methods for a route in Flask. You can add more routes and specify their allowed methods in a similar way. Remember to run the Flask application using to start the server and make the routes accessible.