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Dear Slobodan Stojanovic and Aleksandar Simovic,

At first thing, I want to ask a question regarding the book sections that included in first chapter.

As show in the Pizza API (below), there are several files grouped into package. Similiarly, a data folder is being used to store static files and data in it. Currently, it uses pizzas.json.

What else can we place into [data folder] ? Is it for database oriented storage location or  general documents?

In addition to the above, Amazon S3 buckets only allows connection for a presigned URL; images and thumbnails. The both created under folder inside S3.

I want to get more information for the use of ImageMagick in image processing. The question will be. "Why would we use convert function as always to resize in thumbnails?"

Thank you

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