Often, companies like Google, Vimeo and Twitter releases it's API to the public so that developers can develop products that are powered by its service. Flask provides us with a jsonify function that allows us to convert lists and dictionaries to JSON format.
According to the Chronicling America documentation, in order to get structured data specifically relating to fire, we need to pass one more kind of data in our request: query parameters.
This can save time and effort for experienced programmers, but can be overwhelming. Now we will begin creating our API endpoints by defining a User resource class.
But for now this is a start that should help you become more comfortable as you start building your own services.
Your users will need to access your data in real time, such as for display on another website or as part of an application. This can sometimes be the tricky part and you need to look carefully how the structure is presented.