How to Launch an HTTP Server in One Line of Python Code
Traditionally, if you wanted to handle HTTP requests and serve static content from files, then you had to set up a full-fledged web server like Apache or NGINX, which could be a tedious process. Building a dynamic web application requires installing a web framework, such as Django, Flask, or FastAPI, which adds yet another complexity layer. Fortunately, you can take advantage of a basic HTTP server built into Python to avoid all this hassle.
Python’s HTTP server can come in handy when you want to quickly share a bunch of files with students in a classroom or anyone else who’s connected to the same network as you. Maybe you need to host static