FREE REST API Notes - https://www.calcur.tech/notes-rest-api This is the video you need if you're new to REST APIs or are having a hard time understanding th...
This is the video you need if you're new to REST APIs or are having a hard time understanding the concepts and how to make one. We use Python, flask, SQLAlchemy, and SQLite in this video. A REST API allows us to implement CRUD capability over HTTP (the internet). So we can create (POST), read (GET), update (PUT), and delete (DELETE) data through a web request.
Timestamps: 00:00 - Introduction 05:15 - API App example 09:15 - Why an API is important 15:00 - HTTP methods 16:45 - POST vs PUT 20:56 - Consume the StackOverflow API 27:44 - Setting up our own Python API 31:13 - GET request setup 32:04 - Database model setup for SQLAlchemy 39:10 - GET data with query.all 41:56 - GET data by ID with parameter 44:19 - Developer tools network Intro 45:03 - POST a new record 47:15 - Postman Introduction 49:21 - DELETE data 51:46 - Conclusion
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