Creating a User model to communicate with the "users" table.
- [Instructor] What have we done so far?…First, inside the learning class database,…we created a users table to store user information.…Second, we used Flask-SQLAlchemy…to connect Flask to this database.…The last thing we need is a data structure…that we can use from the app…to read and write to the users table.…This data structure is called a model.…We will write this code in a new file called models.py.…This way, the model stays separate…from the code in routes.py,…which maps URLs to functions.…
So, make a new file called models.py.…Open models.py in the text editor,…and add the following code.…Let's go through this code line by line.…In line one, we import…the SQLAlchemy class from Flask-SQLAlchemy.…Then, in line four, we create a variable named db…containing a new usable instance of the SQLAlchemy class.…Then, in lines six through 12,…we create a Python class to model the user's attributes.…These are the same as the columns for the user table,…so uid, firstname, lastname, email, and pwdhash.…
In lines 14 through 18, we create a constructor…
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