Unless you've been living under a rock (or only visit this site via work-related Google Searches, like most people) you've probably heard me drone on here and there about MongoDB Atlas and MongoDB Stitch. I even went so far as
Create and deploy AWS Lambda functions with ease in Python
In our series about building AWS APIs, we've covered a lot of ground around learning the AWS ecosystem. Now that we're all feeling a bit more comfortable, it may be time to let everybody in on the world's worst-kept secret:
Use Python and MySQL to Build an Endpoint
Now that you know your way around API Gateway, you have the power to create vast collections of endpoints. If only we could get those endpoints to actually receive and return some stuff.
We'll create a GET function which will
Building APIs: The final frontier of cool-stuff-to-do-in-AWS
Doing everything to avoid server configuration or any mild discomfort.
We've been on a bit of a tear lately on Google Cloud lately (or at least I have) , and I have no desire to stop any time soon. I probably should though... our own analytics show that half our viewers
Deploy a MySQL database that auto-creates endpoints for itself.
It wasn’t too long ago that I haphazardly forced us down a journey of exploring Google Cloud’s cloud SQL service. The focus of this exploration was Google’s accompanying REST API for all of its cloud SQL instances.
GCP scores another victory by trivializing serverless functions
The more I explore Google Cloud's endless catalog of cloud services, the more I really like Google Cloud. This is why before moving forward, I'd like to be transparent that this blog has become little more than thinly veiled Google
Deep Dive into Cloud SQL and its out-of-the-box API
Well folks, I have a confession to make. I've been maintaining an affair with two lovers. That's right; they're none other than Postgres, and Google Cloud. While such polygamy may be shunned by the masses, I believe that somehow, some
Ease-of-use framework: meet ease-of-use platform
We all knew it would only be a matter of time before a blog full of Python junkies would touch on Python's fastest growing framework. Staying true to all that is Pythonic, Flask is a gift to developers who value
Forcefully use the Pandas library in your AWS Lambda functions
In one corner we have Pandas: Python's beloved data analysis library. In the other, AWS: the unstoppable cloud provider we're obligated to use for all eternity. We should have know this day would come.
While not the prettiest workflow, uploaded