#100DaysOfCode in Python Transcripts
Chapter: Days 85-87: Fullstack web apps made easy
Lecture: Your turn: Day 3

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0:00 Finally, we're going to round this whole section out by putting it all together. You've built the UI, you've built the data access layer and storage,
0:08 now, it's just a matter of making the UI come to life. Is that form supposed to fill up with data when it loads? Implement that.
0:16 Is the button supposed to do something when you click it? Implement that. Right, so, you'll double click on the designer,
0:21 it'll flip you over to the code here and you just write the code that happens when you click the button, or when the thing loads, or whatever.
0:29 Just make your app come to life. Fill the interaction pieces that you need, and you should be done.
0:34 So if this is something you really enjoyed building, and you think is kind of cool, you want to share, be sure to publish your app.
0:39 You can share with a private link but be aware if you change it ever so slightly, that private link will expire. So it's very, very touchy.
0:46 You could come up with a public link here if you'd like. So this is what we came up with, you can choose yours however you like. All right, that's it.
0:53 I hope you enjoyed building this full stack web app the easy way. Be sure to share it on Twitter and Facebook #100DaysOfCode,
0:59 and @mention both TalkPython and PyBites so we can share in the glory of what you've created. All right, get out there and build somethin' fun.

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