By now you have probably heard of the catch web tool.
It’s a python web framework that allows you to build web APIs in a single go.
This post takes a look at some of the features of catch web and how to use them to build an API using Python 3.
Catch web allows you write your own web API by building a basic HTML5 web API using web frameworks like django-rails and jquery-rail.
Catch uses a similar syntax to Django’s and lets you write tests and perform unit testing.
We’ll also see how to get the API running on AWS.
The page you write must be in HTML5.
There are two parts to the web page.
The first is the HTML5 markup.
Here is the basic markup of our web page:
I use HTML to specify what we want our HTML to be.
I set up the page’s title to be the title of the webpage.
Next, I set the width of the HTML block to be 20px.
I also set the padding to 20px, which is to be able to add padding in later on.
The rest of the markup is the same as with Django.
Here’s the complete HTML.
Here are some sample data points
My First Python web site
<input type="hidden" name="" value="get_option(‘post_type’) ?>” id=”post-data” name=’data-type’ />
A sample JSON object of JSON data from the database.
The value of this field is the JSON data.