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Python REST APIs with Flask, Docker, MongoDB, and AWS DevOps

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Python REST APIs with Flask, Docker, MongoDB, and AWS DevOps

Python REST APIs with Flask, Docker, MongoDB, and AWS DevOps
MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | Duration: 10.5 Hours | 5 GB | Subtitles: VTT
Author: Tim Buchalka's Learn Programming Academy| Language: English

Learn Python coding with RESTful API’s using the Flask framework. Understand how to use MongoDB, Docker and Tensor flow.
So you know a bit of Python and want to learn about RESTful API’s and other cool technologies like Flask, Docker, MongoDB to name just a few? Or maybe you just want to add web development Python skills to your resume. Whatever the reason is, you have landed on the right page if you have an interest in taking your Python skills to the next level.

Understanding the Basics of the Python Flask Framework
Understanding and Implementing a REST API
Docker
MongoDB
Project: Database as a Service Restful API
Project: Building a Restful API for similarity check using Natural Language Processing
Project: Building an Image Recognition Restful API using Tensorflow and Deep Learning
Project: Building a Restful API to Handle Bank Transactions
Deploying Restful API into an AWS EC2 Instance


You’ll come away with a firm understanding of how all the pieces work individually, and more importantly how they fit together. This really is an all in one course to get you up to speed with these topics, fast.

What you’ll learn
Have a deeper knowledge and understanding of core elements of web development using Python
Understand and be able to use the flask framework
Plan, build, setup and deploy a RESTful API to an Amazon EC2 instance
Make use of a NoSQL (MongoDB) Database
Build a machine-learning API using Tensorflow for image recognition

Python REST APIs with Flask, Docker, MongoDB, and AWS DevOps

Python REST APIs with Flask, Docker, MongoDB, and AWS DevOps

Python REST APIs with Flask, Docker, MongoDB, and AWS DevOps

Python REST APIs with Flask, Docker, MongoDB, and AWS DevOps