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Django and Dash apps

Hi guys, I’m python web developer and I’m developing a system that will use Django and Dash for render severals Live Update Graphs.

Yesterday I made my first live update graph using Dash, Flask and Django following the Dash docs and the @nedned Django solution Django and Dash - ead's Method

I have a question:

I understand with the @nedned solution We got one Flask Server, one Dash App that could handle multi sessions for several users.

Goal: If I need to do 3 different graphs interfaces that are not related and I like those to be accessible through different urls. I’m talking about completley differents graphs interfaces whit different sets of layouts, inputs and callbacks.

Question: How many Dash apps should I do? How many Flask servers should I do? Should I have to do one Django app for each Dash App handling each graph interfaces? (of course I know that one Dash App will handle multi sessions for multi users)

I know the @nedned solution use the layouts.py functions to permit render different graphs, but I’m talking about completley differents graphs interfaces whit different sets of layouts, inputs and callbacks.

See my response to your other post here: Django and Dash - ead's Method