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Flask is a Python-based micro web framework that does not have a database abstraction layer. Libraries and form validation are not required. This tool does not depend on third-party libraries to provide common functions. It supports extensions for adding features to applications in a way that integrates them with Flask itself. This framework is easy to learn and manage because it requires less base code to implement simple web applications. The core is small but is easily extendable, and some features include URL routing and a template engine. Flask falls into the category of a WSGI web app framework.