You will be able to create a database to store your collection objects as well as users, then build a front-end to the site. You want to build a working prototype that includes a web server with URL routing and database integration that could be released as a beta product. Given you know a bit of Python and it is a relatively easy language to learn, you will be using a Python rapid web development framework to construct it. You have chosen Flask – it is both simple and extensible, and easily meets your needs without too much code being necessary to get everything working. It also integrates nicely with the Jinja HTML templating engine (quite easy to learn) and SQLite, which you have some experience with.
You can build this tool for any collection a user owns. Examples might include books, CDs, DVDs, stamps, Magic: The Gathering cards, Pokémon – anything really, as long as the collection allows for each of the required features to be implemented:
- Users can create new accounts on the system;
- Users will need to provide their username and password to authenticate to the system.
- Passwords should NOT be stored in plain text - you must use some kind of obfuscation/hashing/security mechanism to protect your user’s credentials;
- Once logged in, users can construct new collections from the existing items in the database. Users should be able to edit and delete the collections they own;
- Users can also add new items to the collections. Users should only be able to edit items they have created – once added, they should not be able to delete items;
- When a collection is viewed by a user, all items in that collection should be presented, and appropriate filtering and sorting options be available to them;
- Clicking on any item in the collection will reveal additional information about that item in an appropriate on-screen location;
- When there are no users logged in, you can choose whether or not to display a login screen, random collections/items, or some explanation of how the site works; and
- Your server should implement an appropriate URL structure built on the Flask webserver, and use the MVC design pattern.
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