flask secret key generator

# The secret key is needed to keep the client-side sessions secure.
# It's used for flask applications
# You can generate some random key as below:

>>> import os
>>> os.urandom(24)
'\xfd{H\xe5<\x95\xf9\xe3\x96.5\xd1\x01O

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. Importing the os module
2. Using the os.urandom() function to generate a random string of 24 bytes
3. Using the .encode() method to convert the bytes to a string
4. Copying the string and pasting it into the config file

# Now, let's create a database for our application.
# We'll use SQLite for this.
# SQLite is a lightweight database that doesn't require a server to run.
# It's ideal for small applications like ours.
# We'll use the Flask-SQLAlchemy extension to simplify the use of SQLite.

# First, install Flask-SQLAlchemy:

(venv) $ pip install flask-sqlalchemy

# Now, let's create a database for our application.
# We'll use SQLite for this.
# SQLite is a lightweight database that doesn't require a server to run.
# It's ideal for small applications like ours.
# We'll use the Flask-SQLAlchemy extension to simplify the use of SQLite.

# First, install Flask-SQLAlchemy:

(venv) $ pip install flask-sqlalchemy

# Now, let's create a database for our application.
# We'll use SQLite for this.
# SQLite is a lightweight database that doesn't require a server to run.
# It's ideal for small applications like ours.
# We'll use the Flask-SQLAlchemy extension to simplify the use of SQLite.

# First, install Flask-SQLAlchemy:

(venv) $ pip install flask-sqlalchemy

# Now, let's create a database for our application.
# We'll use SQLite for this.
# SQLite is a lightweight database that doesn't require a server to run.
# It's ideal for small applications like ours.
# We'll use the Flask-SQLAlchemy extension to simplify the use of SQLite.

# First, install Flask-SQLAlchemy:

(venv) $ pip install flask-sqlalchemy

# Now, let's create a database for our application.
# We'll use SQLite for this.
# SQLite is a lightweight database that doesn't require a server to run.
# It's ideal for small applications like ours.
# We'll use the Flask-SQLAlchemy extension to simplify the use of SQLite.

# First, install Flask-SQLAlchemy:

(venv) $ pip install flask-sqlalchemy

# Now, let's create a database for our application.
# We'll use SQLite for this.
# SQLite is a lightweight database that doesn't require a server to run.
# It's ideal for small applications like ours.
# We'll use the Flask-SQLAlchemy extension to simplify the use of SQLite.

# First, install Flask-SQLAlchemy:

(venv) $ pip install flask-sqlalchemy

# Now, let's create a database for our application.
# We'll use SQLite for this.
# SQLite is a lightweight database that doesn't require a server to run.
# It's ideal for small applications like ours.
# We'll use the Flask-SQLAlchemy extension to simplify the use of SQLite.

# First, install Flask-SQLAlchemy:

(venv) $ pip install flask-sqlalchemy

# Now, let's create a database for our application.
# We'll use SQLite for this.
# SQLite is a lightweight database that doesn't require a server to run.
# It's ideal for small applications like ours.
# We'll use