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Computer Vision with Python 3 by Saurabh Kapur

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Server

The server in our service is responsible for taking the image from the web client that we built in the previous section and passing it onto the computer vision engine (that we will build in the upcoming section). The computer vision engine will return the processed image back to the server and the server will then send the image back to the client. So to get this functionality working, we need to provide the client with a URL that it can use to send the image and the operation. The most common way of achieving this is through a REST API.

A little about REST APIs! These are HTTP endpoints that are exposed by an http-server as a way to contact the server. For example, say our http-server is running with the address http://www.cvaas.com ...

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