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Virtualenvwrapper Basics

This video does a good job of describing the basics of Virtualenvwrapper:

You'll need to have used virtualenv to appreciate this.

Basically, you create virtual environments with "mkvirtualenv" and they're stored in a central location. When you want to switch to your virtual environment, you use the "workon" command.

You can also create a postactivate script that loads environmental variables when you switch to your virtual environment.

Note: There is also a module called Pew that seems to have a simpler installation process:

Meetup API address_1_error

I was getting this error while using the POST /venues method of the meetup API.

The error seems to happen when you duplicate the address of another venue. I was able to add the venue, but when I tried to add it a second time - I would get this error.

I ended up getting the list of venues and trying to find a match first.

Eventbrite "Application Key Error"

The error message looks like this:
{u'status': {u'http_code': 200}, u'contents': {u'error': {u'error_type': u'Application Key Error', u'error_message': u'Please provide your Application Key in the URL as "?app_key=<APP_KEY>".'}}}

After a few hours of trying to get past the Eventbrite API's "Application Key Error". I finally figured out that I needed to switch my request URL from:

Override get_query based on GET parameter - Flask-Admin

This will change the results in a flask-admin index view based on GET parameters. In most cases, using filters to do this is probably a better idea.

Changing A Single GET Parameter In Request - Flask