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Serve a dash app to an already running WSGI server?

I’m new to dash and WSGI servers, after reading the documentation (dash and flask) I don’t see a way to attach and serve a Dash app to an already running server.

Use case:
Have a server run (say on when my program starts. Then based on some user interactions, create a new dash app (a live updating graph) and serve it up on on the fly. The user can have many of these graphs running at once.

I’ve got my app running for one instance fine but if I want to generate a new app(same basic app but with different input parameters), I have to also create a new flask(WSGI) server every time.

Is there a good solution for this?

Looks like I can use URL Routing. Seems to do what I need https://dash.plotly.com/urls without the need for multiple dash apps