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Hello,
Your pattern is quite original. Can you elaborate, please?
If you want to speed up things, not only in Flask, you have at least two options:

  • Tune-up the database - define indexes on tables, using stored procedures, views
  • Use Redis to cache in memory critical information

If you have the time, please access this guide related to Flask:

How to increase Flask performance

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abuakram

Your link is so rich of important information... I couldn't stop reading... Are you by any chance Smirnov???

Concerning speed, since querying a database takes time... I thought of creating a folder that does a query to the db only after each update for synchronization (mirror of db) ... So it should be acting similar to flatpages.

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Smirnov??? .. who's this guy?

Between flatpages and DB pretty sure DB is faster and easier to locate the information.
On top of this, Redis is usually a solution to by-pass the DB queries.

Cheers!

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Nope :)