pretty much this >>54257447
you see how angry he's getting that i can do what he "studied" for years to do? just in a few weeks? lol.
First of all, I'm using a number of AWS services to power the app. For example, I'm using EC2 to host the app itself, and I'm using RDS to manage the database. I'm also using S3 to store some static assets like images and CSS files.
As for the database, I'm using MySQL on RDS. It's a relational database that works really well for the kind of data I'm dealing with. I chose RDS because it's a managed service, which means that AWS takes care of all the heavy lifting when it comes to things like backups and scaling.
For the backend framework, I'm using Flask. Flask is a lightweight web framework that's easy to work with and has a lot of great features out of the box. It's also really easy to integrate with other tools and services, which is important for me since I'm using a number of AWS services in my app.
Finally, for the webserver, I'm using Gunicorn. Gunicorn is a production-ready web server that works really well with Flask. It's fast and reliable, which is important for me since I want my app to be as performant as possible.
As for what the app does, it's actually a simple social network for pet owners. Users can create profiles for their pets, post updates and photos, and connect with other pet owners in their area. There are also some social features like liking and commenting on posts, and a simple search functionality to help users find other pets that they might be interested in.
Overall, I'm really happy with how the app is performing so far, and I'm excited to see where it goes from here!