#100DaysOfCode in Python Transcripts
Chapter: Welcome to the course
Lecture: Get the source code
0:00 We've made all the code we've written over our 100 days
0:03 worth of topics available to you in GitHub right here.
0:12 You can go over here and check it out.
0:14 This is also super important because some of the projects
0:17 that you work on have either data that you've got to
0:20 start with, or they've got some instructions
0:22 and all of that you'll find here.
0:24 Let's jump over to GitHub and have a look.
0:27 Here we are at the GitHub repository.
0:29 You have a little bit of a description here
0:31 at the beginning. But the main thing you care about is the days.
0:34 You can come in here and see the day one to three.
0:40 Here's day 13 to 15.
0:42 This is our text-based games.
0:44 Down over here is a Search API.
0:46 Let's just check this one out and see what's in here.
0:48 Here's demo that we built, and if you need the code for it
0:51 you can see actually here's what we've written and so on.
0:55 These three pieces work together.
0:58 But what's most important is this ReadMe.
1:00 It's automatically displayed by GitHub when you come here.
1:03 You can see it talks about now that you've seen the videos
1:07 what do you do?
1:08 Here it talks about, okay, so you watch this.
1:10 And the first thing on the day 43,
1:13 that's the first day of these three,
1:14 this is what we're going to do.
1:16 On day two, it talks about working with API.
1:18 It shows you how to use it with this thing called Postman.
1:21 And then finally, it also shows you how to build your app,
1:24 and then finally it says, okay, on the last day,
1:26 we're going to make it even better.
1:28 For the very grand finale, we're going to open it
1:30 in a web browser if somebody picks something inside
1:33 your application.
1:34 You can see that as you go through you want to make sure
1:36 that you go to each day, look at the instructions.
1:39 They're going to be there to help you follow along,
1:41 both the code demo we wrote as well as the steps and data
1:45 that we put together for you.
1:48 Of course, to download this, you'll want to download it.
1:50 I would also say star and fork it if you have
1:53 a GitHub account.
1:54 You could either come here and copy this and Git clone it
1:56 if you're familiar, or if you don't want to mess with Git
1:59 you can just download the Zip file and it will
2:00 be a folder you can unzip somewhere to work with.
2:03 But definitely download this.
2:04 You're going to want it locally.
2:05 You're going to want to save it.
2:07 You're going to use it throughout this course.