With Ethereum Solidity smart contracts, the key idea is to write a smart contract that employs the Bluzelle libraries to make CRUD requests. These requests get routed through Oracalize through to the swarm and then responses are sent back through Oracalize to your smart contract. It is important then to implement a listener to process the responses. This asynchronous request-response pattern is how your Ethereum dApp should be structured.
In your dApp, make sure you are importing the bluzelle.sol file from:
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