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If you are at a Major League Hacking (MLH) hackathon, check for an email from MLH that has credits provided to you at no cost.

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Check out our Quickstart tutorials for each product - fast 5-10 minute tutorials to get you up and running with your first API call or deployment. On the left navigation bar for each product documentation page, we have links to other tutorials.

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21.12.2022 23:27 ~ loleg

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21.12.2022 23:27 ~ loleg

Merge pull request #41 from pisimulation/patch-1

Fix Flask version (@ryanmats)

Fix Flask version

This app currently does not build. The error is ImportError: cannot import name 'Markup' from 'jinja2'.

Changing Flask version to 2.0.1 resolves the issue. (@pisimulation)

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Contributed 1 year ago by loleg for Awesome hackathon
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