Building RESTful APIs with Flask

Category: Tutorial

Tag: Database/SQL


Posted on 2019-08-13, by nokia241186.

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Building RESTful APIs with Flask
.MP4, AVC, 1280x720, 30 fps | English, AAC, 2 Ch | 2h 32m | 416 MB
Instructor: Bruce Van Horn



Regardless of platform, you will need to build APIs to serve data between different client applications and endpoints. Good APIs are a necessity for web and mobile projects, especially with the modern, mobile-first approach to development. This course delivers the fundamental knowledge required to enable highly connected interactions between applications via RESTful APIs. Follow along with Bruce Van Horn and learn how to quickly build, secure, and test an effective RESTful API using Python and Flask, the Python microframework. Find out how to use Flask with Python to approach database access, authentication, and other common tasks. Plus, learn about a few key plugins that make using Flask even easier.
Topics include:
Creating a new Flask project
Testing with Postman
Returning JSON instead of text
Working with databases
Authenticating users
Securing APIs

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