There is nothing like a challenge to bring out the best in man. - Sean Connery
Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python coding! This week we have another nice free-form challenge for you: after last time's API challenge success, we have a part 2 this week where we will let you post to your favorite API.
We keep it free-form so you can go wild on consuming your favorite service(s) / data. The difference with last time is that you actually have to edit your account by doing one or more POST requests. Examples:
If you like books, playing with the Goodreads API last week, pushing books to your shelve(s) is something this API supports.
Google APIs: send an email, add a calendar invite, add a file to Google drive, to name a few.
Push a new article/ post to reddit Python or LearnPython using their API.
Create a list of your favorite movies with TheMovieDB API.
Send SMS with the Twilio API, etc etc ... be creative, scratch your own itch!
This doc also provides you with instructions how you can submit your code to our community branch via a Pull Request (PR). We will feature your PRs in our end-of-the-week challenge review (previous editions).
Last but not least: there is no best solution, only learning more and better Python. Good luck!
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-- Bob and Julian
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