I have heard about AWS Lambda and all the cool things happening in the serverless world. I have also deployed Go functions using the Apex framework for serverless deployment. But recently I have started working on some Python projects again and decided to see how well the Python community is adapting to the serverless era.
In our blog post about HTTP Authentication, we promised we would next cover JSON Web Tokens aka JWT based authentication. So we wrote a detailed blog post on The Concepts of JWT explaining how the technology works behind the scene. And in this blog post, we would see how we can actually implement it in our
In our last tutorial on REST API Best Practices, we designed and implemented a very simple RESTful mailing list API. However our API (and the data) was open to public, anyone could read / add / delete subscribers from our mailing list. In serious projects, we definitely do not want that to happen. In this
In our last post about REST APIs, we have learned the basics of how REST APIs function. In this post, we would see how we can develop our own REST APIs. We would use Python and Flask for that. If you are new to Python, we have you covered with our Python: Learning Resources and Guidelines post. Python /