Eve: Building RESTful APIs with MongoDB and Flask Transcripts
Chapter: Course conclusion and quick review
Lecture: Recap and closing remarks

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0:00 That's right, you've made it all the way to the end of this course.
0:04 I hope you found it super interesting and you've learned a lot
0:08 because I believe you now have enough
0:10 to build powerful and fully featured Rest services.
0:14 So now the big question you need to be asking yourself is
0:17 what kind of service are you going to build now.
0:20 You have this amazing new power, what are you going to build with it?
0:24 I hope you'll take what you learned in this course
0:26 and you'll go build something amazing.
0:29 And remember, we've seen many Eve features during this course
0:33 and there are others out there just waiting for you to discover them.
0:37 I suggest you take a look at stuff like cache control, document versioning,
0:42 soft deletes, predefined db filters, file media storage, GeoJson,
0:47 logging and the oplog, and last but absolutely not least
0:52 the native support for Mongo aggregations.
0:56 On the website, you'll also find tutorials on
0:59 how to enable more advanced authentication schemes
1:02 such as token or hmac authentication.
1:06 Just go to python-eve.org and carefully check all the docs out there
1:09 I'm sure you will find plenty of the useful information.
1:14 Now before you leave and you go build that thing
1:17 let's talk about a few wrap up details.
1:20 First of all, make sure you get the materials from the github repository.
1:25 If you haven't already, go to
1:27 github.com talkpython eve-building-restufl-mongodb-backed-apis course,
1:33 the URL is there at the bottom and star this repository,
1:38 or consider forking it so you have a permanent vision for yourself.
1:43 As far as I know the git materials are entirely finished, and published
1:47 there is a chance that somebody will find a small bug throughout the course,
1:51 or I will refactor some of the code,
1:55 but it is very likely that what you see
1:57 at this github repository is final material.