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Bummer: cannot import name 'ingredients_api'
Alright, one last step! You need to import the blueprints into app.py and register them both with app.
Task 4 of 4. This is the last thing I need to complete before finishing the entire Flask REST API. Any help would be appreciated, I can't seem to understand what the issue is...
from flask import Flask from resources.ingredients import ingredient_api from resources.recipes import recipe_api import models app = Flask(__name__) app.register_blueprint(ingredient_api) app.register_blueprint(recipe_api) if __name__ == '__main__': app.run()
from flask import Blueprint from flask.ext.restful import Resource from flask.ext.restful import Api import models class IngredientList(Resource): def get(self): return 'IngredientList' class Ingredient(Resource): def get(self, id): return 'Ingredient' ingredients_api = Blueprint('resources.ingredients', __name__) api = Api(ingredients_api) api.add_resource( IngredientList, '/api/v1/ingredient', endpoint = 'ingredients' ) api.add_resource( Ingredient, '/api/v1/ingredients/<int:id>', endpoint ='ingredient' )
from flask.ext.restful import Resource, Api from flask import Blueprint import models class RecipeList(Resource): def get(self): return 'RecipeList' class Recipe(Resource): def get(self, id): return 'Recipe' recipes_api = Blueprint('resources.recipes', __name__) api = Api(recipes_api) api.add_resource( RecipeList, '/api/v1/recipe', endpoint ='recipes' ) api.add_resource( Recipe, '/api/v1/recipes/<int:id>', endpoint ='recipe' )
You have ingredient_api and recipe_api. They should be plural: ingredients_api and recipes_api