Advanced Marshmallow Usage — JSON field(Part 4)

This is continuation of series of posts on how to use Marshmallow package in REST API development.

In this post we will look at how to use JSON database field to store user’s profile data. Earlier, our DB model had two fields (“first_name” and “last_name”) that is part of user’s profile. Later on, we might want to store more information in user’s profile. In anticipation for that…





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