How to use App Engine push queues in Flask apps

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Published on 29 Sep 2021, 4:00
Codelab → goo.gle/3hYdmf2
Python 2 START ("mod1") code → goo.gle/3xfynHx
Python 2 FINISH ("mod7") code → goo.gle/3kEvtsl

Serverless Migration Station is a Serverless Expeditions mini-series focused on helping developers modernize their applications to run on a Google Cloud serverless compute platform. In this Module 7 video, Google engineers Martin & Wesley show viewers how to add App Engine push tasks to an existing Flask ndb app from Module 1 (Migrating to Flask) to prepare it for Cloud Tasks, which will be covered in Module 8.

Chapters:
0:00 - Introduction
2:18 - Adding the App Engine Task Queue service
5:14 - Summary

Other Migration Module references:
All "Serverless Migration Station" resources → goo.gle/3EINuh6
Migration Module 1 "App Engine webapp2 to Flask" codelab → goo.gle/3qJJWEo
Migration Module 1 "App Engine webapp2 to Flask" video → goo.gle/3zwU1aH

App Engine Task Queue and Cloud Tasks references:
App Engine Task Queues overview → goo.gle/3zKFDMi
App Engine Push Tasks → goo.gle/3m5g7wo
Migrating App Engine Push Queues to Cloud Tasks → goo.gle/3kJ4E64
App Engine Pull Tasks → goo.gle/3ugEpqJ
Cloud Tasks documentation → goo.gle/3i7ijCn
Differences between App Engine Task Queues and Cloud Tasks → goo.gle/3EVvSOS

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