RESTful and HTTP services in Pyramid demos
RESTful and HTTP services in Pyramid and Python course materials from Talk Python Training.
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What's this course about and how is it different?
This course will teach you how to build RESTful and HTTP-based services in Python using the Pyramid web framework.
Yes, you will learn the necessary programming techniques. But we will go much deeper than just stringing together some methods in your web framework. In this course, you will
- Compare RESTful services to other services such as SOAP and sockets
- Fully understand how to leverage HTTP verbs, status codes, content types, and URLs to properly design and deliver RESTful services
- Add JSON, CSV, image, and other response types to services
- Explore and test your services using the Postman application
- Add content negotiation to allow clients to select the best response type
- Properly refactor your service code for maintainability using view models and more
- Work with SQLAlchemy as the backend for your web services
- Deploy your HTTP service for production behind NGINX and uWSGI
Who is this course for?
Anyone who knows Python and would like to use Python to create flexible and high performance RESTful or HTTP-based web services.
What will you learn in this course?
Some topics covered include.
- Setting up Python 3, Postman, and PyCharm for local development
- The concepts and principles of RESTful services
- Key building blocks of the Pyramid web framework
- Building a comprehensive service using HTTP verbs, status codes, content types, and more
- Adding content negotiation to services
- Enforce identity and authorization using API keys
- Add CORS support for cross-site access
- The basics of SQLAlchemy for backing our services with a database
- How to add logging and production-time monitoring of errors
- Deploying your service on Linux behind NGINX and uWSGI for a full production capable deployment
Is this course based on Python 3 or Python 2?
This course is based upon Python 3. With Python 2 going unsupported in 2020, we believe that it would be ill-advised to teach or learn Python 2.
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