Expanded Library

Build a Job Board with Python & Flask

What you'll learn

Python & Flask are great for building a simple website. In this project, you'll use them to build a simple job board. The main page of the site will show all jobs and each job and employer will have dedicated pages. Users will also be able to review each employer.

Table of contents

Setup
15m
  • Set up your local environment for projects. We'll walk you through everything you need to know, including how to install and configure your environment to be able to complete all of the tasks.
Flask Setup
10m
  • Flask makes it easy to get a simple site up and running. In this module, we'll create a single route that renders a template.
Base Template and Styling
15m
  • We want each page of the site to have a consistent look and feel. In this module, we'll create a base layout that all pages can extend.
Preparing for Dynamic Content
30m
  • All of the site content is stored in a SQLite database. We'll create several functions that make accessing this data quicker and more uniform.
Display All Jobs
30m
  • In this module, we'll work on displaying all of the jobs that are stored in the database.
Display Individual Jobs
15m
  • Each job needs to have a details page, we'll gather the needed data from the database and display it using a template.
Display Individual Employers
25m
  • The employer page will show the employer details as well as all jobs they are currently listing. We'll gather all of this data from the database and display it using a template.
Employer Reviews
15m
  • In this module we'll create a form that can be presented to users. The form will contain fields for reviewing and rating the employer on a scale of 1-5. We'll then take this POST data and store it in the database.

About the author

Tom is a staff author at Pluralsight helping to develop Hands-On content. Tom's background in software development, UI/UX, and instructional design was developed over the years while working as a faculty member at the School of Computing at Weber State University in Utah, and continues to grow as he develops Projects and Labs for Pluralsight. When he's not creating content to allow learners to gain real-life experience, he enjoys spending time with his family.

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