Udemy - Advanced REST APIs with Flask and Python

Category: Technical

Tag: Perl/PHP/Python


Posted on 2019-09-14, by phaelx.

Description



Date: Sep 2019
Author: Teclado by Jose Salvatierra

Size: 6.1 GB
Format: MP4
Download     >>    https://usersdrive.com/0rifng8mrsgt.html
What you'll learn
   *Integrate advanced functionality in your API such as image upload, payments, or user confirmation e-mails!
   *Bring your REST API development to a whole new level by getting familiar with more of the Flask ecosystem
   *Improve operations of existing REST APIs with database migrations and extensive refactoring knowledge
   *Easily deploy documentation pages and test your API with Postman's collection runner


Course content

Introduction
   Why you should take this course!
   Introduction to this section
   Access the e-book for Section 1 here!
   Our project and endpoints
   Reviewing the beginner course code
   Simplifying our error handling
   Refactoring our resources
   Should we have unique names?
   Adding basic type hinting
   Adding custom JSON types
   Using the current class as a type hint
   Using Black for code formatting
   Improving errors with constants
   @classmethod across the board
   Testing our API with Postman
   Conclusion of this section

Serialization with Marshmallow
   Why you should take this course!
   Introduction to this section
   Access the e-book for Section 1 here!
   Our project and endpoints
   Reviewing the beginner course code
   Simplifying our error handling
   Refactoring our resources
   Should we have unique names?
   Adding basic type hinting
   Adding custom JSON types
   Using the current class as a type hint
   Using Black for code formatting
   Improving errors with constants
   @classmethod across the board
   Testing our API with Postman
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Serialization with Marshmallow
   Deserialization with Marshmallow
   Migrating from virtualenv to Pipenv
   Postman collection for this section
   Using vanilla Marshmallow with the API
   Introduction to Flask-Marshmallow
   Adding items to our REST API
   Adding stores to our REST API
   Deduplicating error handling
   Conclusion of this section

E-mail confirmations
   Why you should take this course!
   Introduction to this section
   Access the e-book for Section 1 here!
   Our project and endpoints
   Reviewing the beginner course code
   Simplifying our error handling
   Refactoring our resources
   Should we have unique names?
   Adding basic type hinting
   Adding custom JSON types
   Using the current class as a type hint
   Using Black for code formatting
   Improving errors with constants
   @classmethod across the board
   Testing our API with Postman
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Serialization with Marshmallow
   Deserialization with Marshmallow
   Migrating from virtualenv to Pipenv
   Postman collection for this section
   Using vanilla Marshmallow with the API
   Introduction to Flask-Marshmallow
   Adding items to our REST API
   Adding stores to our REST API
   Deduplicating error handling
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Introduction to e-mail confirmation
   Postman collection for this section
   Adding an activated property
   Activating users manually
   Telling users they are active
   Setting up Mailgun
   Sending e-mails with Mailgun (Part 1)
   Sending e-mails with Mailgun (Part 2)
   Creating our Mailgun library file
   Using .env files in Flask
   Adding more configuration to .env
   Error handling in Mailgun
   Conclusion of this section

Advanced e-mail confirmation
   Why you should take this course!
   Introduction to this section
   Access the e-book for Section 1 here!
   Our project and endpoints
   Reviewing the beginner course code
   Simplifying our error handling
   Refactoring our resources
   Should we have unique names?
   Adding basic type hinting
   Adding custom JSON types
   Using the current class as a type hint
   Using Black for code formatting
   Improving errors with constants
   @classmethod across the board
   Testing our API with Postman
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Serialization with Marshmallow
   Deserialization with Marshmallow
   Migrating from virtualenv to Pipenv
   Postman collection for this section
   Using vanilla Marshmallow with the API
   Introduction to Flask-Marshmallow
   Adding items to our REST API
   Adding stores to our REST API
   Deduplicating error handling
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Introduction to e-mail confirmation
   Postman collection for this section
   Adding an activated property
   Activating users manually
   Telling users they are active
   Setting up Mailgun
   Sending e-mails with Mailgun (Part 1)
   Sending e-mails with Mailgun (Part 2)
   Creating our Mailgun library file
   Using .env files in Flask
   Adding more configuration to .env
   Error handling in Mailgun
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Creating the ConfirmationModel
   Changes in our UserModel
   Creating our ConfirmationResource
   Updating our UserResource
   Adding the last confirmation to the user schema
   Fixing our app.py
   Cross-resource dependencies are (generally) bad
   What are localisation and internationalisation?
   Storing strings in config files
   Creating a simple translation library
   Updating our resources to use translations
   Adding a new language to our API
   What is Flask-Babel?
   Common pitfalls and advice
   Conclusion of this section

Postman documentation and tests
   Why you should take this course!
   Introduction to this section
   Access the e-book for Section 1 here!
   Our project and endpoints
   Reviewing the beginner course code
   Simplifying our error handling
   Refactoring our resources
   Should we have unique names?
   Adding basic type hinting
   Adding custom JSON types
   Using the current class as a type hint
   Using Black for code formatting
   Improving errors with constants
   @classmethod across the board
   Testing our API with Postman
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Serialization with Marshmallow
   Deserialization with Marshmallow
   Migrating from virtualenv to Pipenv
   Postman collection for this section
   Using vanilla Marshmallow with the API
   Introduction to Flask-Marshmallow
   Adding items to our REST API
   Adding stores to our REST API
   Deduplicating error handling
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Introduction to e-mail confirmation
   Postman collection for this section
   Adding an activated property
   Activating users manually
   Telling users they are active
   Setting up Mailgun
   Sending e-mails with Mailgun (Part 1)
   Sending e-mails with Mailgun (Part 2)
   Creating our Mailgun library file
   Using .env files in Flask
   Adding more configuration to .env
   Error handling in Mailgun
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Creating the ConfirmationModel
   Changes in our UserModel
   Creating our ConfirmationResource
   Updating our UserResource
   Adding the last confirmation to the user schema
   Fixing our app.py
   Cross-resource dependencies are (generally) bad
   What are localisation and internationalisation?
   Storing strings in config files
   Creating a simple translation library
   Updating our resources to use translations
   Adding a new language to our API
   What is Flask-Babel?
   Common pitfalls and advice
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Collection and request descriptions
   Recap of Postman environments
   JavaScript tests in Postman
   Running entire collections in Postman
   Adding example requests and responses
   Previewing our Postman documentation
   Publishing our documentation page
   More options for publishing documentation
   Conclusion of this section

Image uploads
   Why you should take this course!
   Introduction to this section
   Access the e-book for Section 1 here!
   Our project and endpoints
   Reviewing the beginner course code
   Simplifying our error handling
   Refactoring our resources
   Should we have unique names?
   Adding basic type hinting
   Adding custom JSON types
   Using the current class as a type hint
   Using Black for code formatting
   Improving errors with constants
   @classmethod across the board
   Testing our API with Postman
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Serialization with Marshmallow
   Deserialization with Marshmallow
   Migrating from virtualenv to Pipenv
   Postman collection for this section
   Using vanilla Marshmallow with the API
   Introduction to Flask-Marshmallow
   Adding items to our REST API
   Adding stores to our REST API
   Deduplicating error handling
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Introduction to e-mail confirmation
   Postman collection for this section
   Adding an activated property
   Activating users manually
   Telling users they are active
   Setting up Mailgun
   Sending e-mails with Mailgun (Part 1)
   Sending e-mails with Mailgun (Part 2)
   Creating our Mailgun library file
   Using .env files in Flask
   Adding more configuration to .env
   Error handling in Mailgun
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Creating the ConfirmationModel
   Changes in our UserModel
   Creating our ConfirmationResource
   Updating our UserResource
   Adding the last confirmation to the user schema
   Fixing our app.py
   Cross-resource dependencies are (generally) bad
   What are localisation and internationalisation?
   Storing strings in config files
   Creating a simple translation library
   Updating our resources to use translations
   Adding a new language to our API
   What is Flask-Babel?
   Common pitfalls and advice
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Collection and request descriptions
   Recap of Postman environments
   JavaScript tests in Postman
   Running entire collections in Postman
   Adding example requests and responses
   Previewing our Postman documentation
   Publishing our documentation page
   More options for publishing documentation
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Installing Flask-Uploads
   Config files in Flask
   What are wsgi and Werkzeug?
   Creating our image helper library
   Creating our image schema
   Creating our image upload resource
   Trying out our image upload
   Retrieving and deleting images
   Another example: user avatars
   Adding the avatar resource
   Conclusion of this section

Database migrations
   Why you should take this course!
   Introduction to this section
   Access the e-book for Section 1 here!
   Our project and endpoints
   Reviewing the beginner course code
   Simplifying our error handling
   Refactoring our resources
   Should we have unique names?
   Adding basic type hinting
   Adding custom JSON types
   Using the current class as a type hint
   Using Black for code formatting
   Improving errors with constants
   @classmethod across the board
   Testing our API with Postman
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Serialization with Marshmallow
   Deserialization with Marshmallow
   Migrating from virtualenv to Pipenv
   Postman collection for this section
   Using vanilla Marshmallow with the API
   Introduction to Flask-Marshmallow
   Adding items to our REST API
   Adding stores to our REST API
   Deduplicating error handling
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Introduction to e-mail confirmation
   Postman collection for this section
   Adding an activated property
   Activating users manually
   Telling users they are active
   Setting up Mailgun
   Sending e-mails with Mailgun (Part 1)
   Sending e-mails with Mailgun (Part 2)
   Creating our Mailgun library file
   Using .env files in Flask
   Adding more configuration to .env
   Error handling in Mailgun
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Creating the ConfirmationModel
   Changes in our UserModel
   Creating our ConfirmationResource
   Updating our UserResource
   Adding the last confirmation to the user schema
   Fixing our app.py
   Cross-resource dependencies are (generally) bad
   What are localisation and internationalisation?
   Storing strings in config files
   Creating a simple translation library
   Updating our resources to use translations
   Adding a new language to our API
   What is Flask-Babel?
   Common pitfalls and advice
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Collection and request descriptions
   Recap of Postman environments
   JavaScript tests in Postman
   Running entire collections in Postman
   Adding example requests and responses
   Previewing our Postman documentation
   Publishing our documentation page
   More options for publishing documentation
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Installing Flask-Uploads
   Config files in Flask
   What are wsgi and Werkzeug?
   Creating our image helper library
   Creating our image schema
   Creating our image upload resource
   Trying out our image upload
   Retrieving and deleting images
   Another example: user avatars
   Adding the avatar resource
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Getting a PostgreSQL database
   What's in our starter code?
   Postman collection for this section
   Connecting to our remote database
   Initialising Flask-Migrate and Alembic
   Creating our initial table structure
   Our first database migration
   Checking the Alembic script (important!)
   Adding a new column with migrations
   Problems that can happen while migrating
   A word of caution!
   Defining a SQLAlchemy naming convention
   When should you read documentation?
   Conclusion of this section

Third party login with OAuth
   Why you should take this course!
   Introduction to this section
   Access the e-book for Section 1 here!
   Our project and endpoints
   Reviewing the beginner course code
   Simplifying our error handling
   Refactoring our resources
   Should we have unique names?
   Adding basic type hinting
   Adding custom JSON types
   Using the current class as a type hint
   Using Black for code formatting
   Improving errors with constants
   @classmethod across the board
   Testing our API with Postman
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Serialization with Marshmallow
   Deserialization with Marshmallow
   Migrating from virtualenv to Pipenv
   Postman collection for this section
   Using vanilla Marshmallow with the API
   Introduction to Flask-Marshmallow
   Adding items to our REST API
   Adding stores to our REST API
   Deduplicating error handling
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Introduction to e-mail confirmation
   Postman collection for this section
   Adding an activated property
   Activating users manually
   Telling users they are active
   Setting up Mailgun
   Sending e-mails with Mailgun (Part 1)
   Sending e-mails with Mailgun (Part 2)
   Creating our Mailgun library file
   Using .env files in Flask
   Adding more configuration to .env
   Error handling in Mailgun
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Creating the ConfirmationModel
   Changes in our UserModel
   Creating our ConfirmationResource
   Updating our UserResource
   Adding the last confirmation to the user schema
   Fixing our app.py
   Cross-resource dependencies are (generally) bad
   What are localisation and internationalisation?
   Storing strings in config files
   Creating a simple translation library
   Updating our resources to use translations
   Adding a new language to our API
   What is Flask-Babel?
   Common pitfalls and advice
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Collection and request descriptions
   Recap of Postman environments
   JavaScript tests in Postman
   Running entire collections in Postman
   Adding example requests and responses
   Previewing our Postman documentation
   Publishing our documentation page
   More options for publishing documentation
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Installing Flask-Uploads
   Config files in Flask
   What are wsgi and Werkzeug?
   Creating our image helper library
   Creating our image schema
   Creating our image upload resource
   Trying out our image upload
   Retrieving and deleting images
   Another example: user avatars
   Adding the avatar resource
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Getting a PostgreSQL database
   What's in our starter code?
   Postman collection for this section
   Connecting to our remote database
   Initialising Flask-Migrate and Alembic
   Creating our initial table structure
   Our first database migration
   Checking the Alembic script (important!)
   Adding a new column with migrations
   Problems that can happen while migrating
   A word of caution!
   Defining a SQLAlchemy naming convention
   When should you read documentation?
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this lecture
   Introduction to OAuth 2.0
   What's in our starter code?
   Postman collection for this section
   Creating a GitHub OAuth App
   Flask-OAuthlib
   Setting up our GitHub client
   Our GithubLogin resource
   What is Flask's g?
   What is a tokengetter?
   Finishing our GithubAuthorize resource
   Adding some error handling
   Setting user passwords
   Using url_for with Flask-RESTful
   Conclusion of this section

Payments with Stripe
   Why you should take this course!
   Introduction to this section
   Access the e-book for Section 1 here!
   Our project and endpoints
   Reviewing the beginner course code
   Simplifying our error handling
   Refactoring our resources
   Should we have unique names?
   Adding basic type hinting
   Adding custom JSON types
   Using the current class as a type hint
   Using Black for code formatting
   Improving errors with constants
   @classmethod across the board
   Testing our API with Postman
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Serialization with Marshmallow
   Deserialization with Marshmallow
   Migrating from virtualenv to Pipenv
   Postman collection for this section
   Using vanilla Marshmallow with the API
   Introduction to Flask-Marshmallow
   Adding items to our REST API
   Adding stores to our REST API
   Deduplicating error handling
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Introduction to e-mail confirmation
   Postman collection for this section
   Adding an activated property
   Activating users manually
   Telling users they are active
   Setting up Mailgun
   Sending e-mails with Mailgun (Part 1)
   Sending e-mails with Mailgun (Part 2)
   Creating our Mailgun library file
   Using .env files in Flask
   Adding more configuration to .env
   Error handling in Mailgun
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Creating the ConfirmationModel
   Changes in our UserModel
   Creating our ConfirmationResource
   Updating our UserResource
   Adding the last confirmation to the user schema
   Fixing our app.py
   Cross-resource dependencies are (generally) bad
   What are localisation and internationalisation?
   Storing strings in config files
   Creating a simple translation library
   Updating our resources to use translations
   Adding a new language to our API
   What is Flask-Babel?
   Common pitfalls and advice
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Collection and request descriptions
   Recap of Postman environments
   JavaScript tests in Postman
   Running entire collections in Postman
   Adding example requests and responses
   Previewing our Postman documentation
   Publishing our documentation page
   More options for publishing documentation
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Installing Flask-Uploads
   Config files in Flask
   What are wsgi and Werkzeug?
   Creating our image helper library
   Creating our image schema
   Creating our image upload resource
   Trying out our image upload
   Retrieving and deleting images
   Another example: user avatars
   Adding the avatar resource
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Getting a PostgreSQL database
   What's in our starter code?
   Postman collection for this section
   Connecting to our remote database
   Initialising Flask-Migrate and Alembic
   Creating our initial table structure
   Our first database migration
   Checking the Alembic script (important!)
   Adding a new column with migrations
   Problems that can happen while migrating
   A word of caution!
   Defining a SQLAlchemy naming convention
   When should you read documentation?
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this lecture
   Introduction to OAuth 2.0
   What's in our starter code?
   Postman collection for this section
   Creating a GitHub OAuth App
   Flask-OAuthlib
   Setting up our GitHub client
   Our GithubLogin resource
   What is Flask's g?
   What is a tokengetter?
   Finishing our GithubAuthorize resource
   Adding some error handling
   Setting user passwords
   Using url_for with Flask-RESTful
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Setting up our Stripe account
   What's in our starter code?
   Postman collection for this section
   Where do users pay?
   After payment: receiving order data
   Creating our OrderModel
   Many-to-many relationships with SQLAlchemy
   Using the Association Object in our Resourcee
   Charging orders with Stripe
   Calculating the amount and description
   Testing our OrderResource
   Creating a way to view existing orders
   When things go wrong: error handling in Stripe
   Security considerations in payments
   Conclusion of this section

Bonus section
   Why you should take this course!
   Introduction to this section
   Access the e-book for Section 1 here!
   Our project and endpoints
   Reviewing the beginner course code
   Simplifying our error handling
   Refactoring our resources
   Should we have unique names?
   Adding basic type hinting
   Adding custom JSON types
   Using the current class as a type hint
   Using Black for code formatting
   Improving errors with constants
   @classmethod across the board
   Testing our API with Postman
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Serialization with Marshmallow
   Deserialization with Marshmallow
   Migrating from virtualenv to Pipenv
   Postman collection for this section
   Using vanilla Marshmallow with the API
   Introduction to Flask-Marshmallow
   Adding items to our REST API
   Adding stores to our REST API
   Deduplicating error handling
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Introduction to e-mail confirmation
   Postman collection for this section
   Adding an activated property
   Activating users manually
   Telling users they are active
   Setting up Mailgun
   Sending e-mails with Mailgun (Part 1)
   Sending e-mails with Mailgun (Part 2)
   Creating our Mailgun library file
   Using .env files in Flask
   Adding more configuration to .env
   Error handling in Mailgun
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Creating the ConfirmationModel
   Changes in our UserModel
   Creating our ConfirmationResource
   Updating our UserResource
   Adding the last confirmation to the user schema
   Fixing our app.py
   Cross-resource dependencies are (generally) bad
   What are localisation and internationalisation?
   Storing strings in config files
   Creating a simple translation library
   Updating our resources to use translations
   Adding a new language to our API
   What is Flask-Babel?
   Common pitfalls and advice
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Collection and request descriptions
   Recap of Postman environments
   JavaScript tests in Postman
   Running entire collections in Postman
   Adding example requests and responses
   Previewing our Postman documentation
   Publishing our documentation page
   More options for publishing documentation
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Postman collection for this section
   Installing Flask-Uploads
   Config files in Flask
   What are wsgi and Werkzeug?
   Creating our image helper library
   Creating our image schema
   Creating our image upload resource
   Trying out our image upload
   Retrieving and deleting images
   Another example: user avatars
   Adding the avatar resource
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Getting a PostgreSQL database
   What's in our starter code?
   Postman collection for this section
   Connecting to our remote database
   Initialising Flask-Migrate and Alembic
   Creating our initial table structure
   Our first database migration
   Checking the Alembic script (important!)
   Adding a new column with migrations
   Problems that can happen while migrating
   A word of caution!
   Defining a SQLAlchemy naming convention
   When should you read documentation?
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this lecture
   Introduction to OAuth 2.0
   What's in our starter code?
   Postman collection for this section
   Creating a GitHub OAuth App
   Flask-OAuthlib
   Setting up our GitHub client
   Our GithubLogin resource
   What is Flask's g?
   What is a tokengetter?
   Finishing our GithubAuthorize resource
   Adding some error handling
   Setting user passwords
   Using url_for with Flask-RESTful
   Conclusion of this section
   Introduction to this section
   Setting up our Stripe account
   What's in our starter code?
   Postman collection for this section
   Where do users pay?
   After payment: receiving order data
   Creating our OrderModel
   Many-to-many relationships with SQLAlchemy
   Using the Association Object in our Resourcee
   Charging orders with Stripe
   Calculating the amount and description
   Testing our OrderResource
   Creating a way to view existing orders
   When things go wrong: error handling in Stripe
   Security considerations in payments
   Conclusion of this section
   Conclusion of the course
   Bonus lecture: other courses and next steps


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