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Comprehensive Fast API Tutorial
For those of you that are fans of Pydantic: https://github.com/0b01001001/spectree (this is cross-platform with flask, falcon, and starlette :) It also doesn't re-implement anything the encode/starlette developers have already implemented, or have in the works for no specific reason. I'm not a huge fan of this design pattern, I'm more a lean/mean sort of fellow. openapi schema generation exists in starlette ... and you likely already are doing some sort of type validation once in your forms, json, orm, sql layer, or all four. An additional layer to validate "automatically" in your response (lol no), or in your request ... aren't all that useful imo.
Total beginner, use FastAPI?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/FastAPI | 8 Dec 2022
For production ready code examples I use: https://github.com/Netflix/dispatch
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2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 7 Jun 2022
The open source option from Netflix is quite popular too: https://github.com/Netflix/dispatch
FastAPI Large App Structure
2 projects | reddit.com/r/FastAPI | 25 May 2022
Not sure if this will help, but I’m building a project on Netflix Dispatch project layout. Which separates each feature into its own folder https://github.com/Netflix/dispatch
Current experience with Django and DRF
2 projects | reddit.com/r/django | 6 Apr 2022
My current approach is adapted from Netflix's dispatch. It's a FastAPI project so it's not a one-to-one match with ninja, but I've adapted its style to a project previously using DRF and it's much improved as a result.
Is there public repo showing production level code of REST APIs using FastAPI
3 projects | reddit.com/r/FastAPI | 27 Dec 2021
Any open-source project that uses FastAPI?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/FastAPI | 6 May 2021
you can check on dispatch (https://github.com/Netflix/dispatch) created by netflix
Comprehensive Fast API Tutorial
Look at Netflix' dispatch for example and tell me you don’t think this is terrible violation of DRY and makes for some really hard to maintain code.
What are some alternatives?
fastapi - FastAPI framework, high performance, easy to learn, fast to code, ready for production
webargs - A friendly library for parsing HTTP request arguments, with built-in support for popular web frameworks, including Flask, Django, Bottle, Tornado, Pyramid, webapp2, Falcon, and aiohttp.
fastapi-router-controller - A FastAPI utility to allow Controller Class usage
databases - Async database support for Python. 🗄
full-stack-fastapi-postgresql - Full stack, modern web application generator. Using FastAPI, PostgreSQL as database, Docker, automatic HTTPS and more.
valdec - Decorator for validating function arguments and result
opal - Fork of https://github.com/permitio/opal
cog - Portland Cognition Lab