Building Data-Driven Web Apps with Flask and SQLAlchemy Transcripts
Chapter: Course conclusion
Lecture: Querying data

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0:00 We saw how nice and powerful it was to model our database in terms of Python classes and then use SQLAlchemy to run queries against that.
0:10 So, here we have a find_account_by_login. And we're going to get an email and a password. And in this in case, we're not doing the path load stuff
0:17 probably not the way we should do it but just in this little example we can directly compare the hashes. So we go and create our session.
0:24 Remember, we use the unit of work design pattern. So we do that by creating the session and then we go to the session create a query based on a class
0:32 so we're creating an account query. Then we say we'd like to do a filter where the == the passed-in email
0:38 and then we're chaining on an "and" condition another filter where the password hash equals the hash.
0:45 What we'll see at the bottom is something roughly equivalent to select * from account where equals what were
0:52 push parameter, and account.password_hash is second. And the params are and my favorite password, abc.
1:00 We thought it's actually a little bit more complicated. It states out all the columns and whatnot but that's roughly the idea
1:06 and this is how we use SQLAlchemy. Highly recommended.

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