App Dev: Storing Application Data in Cloud Datastore - Python
Google Cloud Datastore is a NoSQL document database built for automatic scaling, high performance, and ease of application development. In this lab, you use Datastore to store application data for an online Quiz application. You also configure the application to retrieve from Datastore and display the data in the quiz.
The Quiz application skeleton has already been written. You clone the repository that contains the skeleton using Google Cloud Shell, review the code using the Cloud Shell editor, and view it using the Cloud Shell web preview feature. You then modify the code that stores data to use Cloud Datastore.
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