GDG Meetup Notes and Links – 1/30

At GDG Central Florida, we want to give a huge thank you to Gilberto Creque for sharing his perspective on implementing on several projects. I enjoyed seeing the range of data sources for Astro from markdown, Firebase, or API data sources. The paradigm of multi-page apps still has a place in a content rich web where SEO still matters. The idea of exploring many component frameworks with Astro feels exciting. Gil – Thank you for enriching our community! Make sure to check out cool learning experiences that Gil leads at

Here are some of the cool concepts and tools we reviewed during our GDG meetup on 1/30.

  • – The web framework for content-driven websites. Astro powers the world’s fastest websites, client-side web apps, dynamic API endpoints, and everything in-between.
  • SQLAlchemy – SQLAlchemy is the Python SQL toolkit and Object Relational Mapper that gives application developers the full power and flexibility of SQL.
  • Pydantic: Data validation using Python type hints
  • litestar: Production-ready, Light, Flexible and Extensible ASGI API framework | Effortlessly Build Performant APIs
  • FastAPI ( – FastAPI is a modern, fast (high-performance), web framework for building APIs with Python 3.8+ based on standard Python type hints.
  • Kiota – Kiota is a command line tool for generating an API client to call any OpenAPI-described API you are interested in.
  • NSwagStudio ยท RicoSuter/NSwag Wiki ( – Generate API clients using OpenAPI specification for C# and TypeScript
  • How to Effectively Store & Index JSON Data in PostgreSQL by ScaleGrid
  • – AppFlowy is an AI-powered secure workspace where you achieve more without losing control of your data — Can’t wait to play with this one!
  • PyApiServer – Simple JSON document store using FastAPI and Postgres

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