Python 3.6.5rc1 is the first release candidate for Python 3.6.5, the next maintenance release of Python 3.6. While 3.6.5rc1 is a preview release and, thus, not intended for production environments, we encourage you to explore it and provide feedback via Continue reading Python 3.6.5rc1 is now available for testing
Adding Docker to your Python and Flask development environment can be confusing when you are just getting started with containers. Let’s quickly get Docker installed and configured for developing Flask web applications on your local system. Our Tools This tutorial Continue reading Full Stack Python: Developing Flask Apps in Docker Containers on macOS
The freshly released Cython 0.28 is another major step in the development of the Cython compiler. It comes with several big new features, some of them long awaited, as well as various little optimisations. It also improves the integration with Continue reading What’s new in Cython 0.28?
Python 3.6 added another way to do string interpolation that is called “f-strings” or Formatted string literals (PEP 498). The idea behind f-strings is to make string interpolation simpler. To create an f-string, you just need to prefix the string Continue reading Python 3: An Intro to f-strings
Been doing a bit of reading this morning on pypy things. Trying to prepare myself a bit for the coming ‘winter sprint‘. One topic I’m interested in for the sprint is finishing off remaining issues for pygame running on pypy. Continue reading pypy sprint
Hello Guys!First, thanks for reading this article. Will be a short one because I’m a lazy developer and quite often I’m writing the source code using copy-paste technique. That’s me. So back to cool stuff. Check out these free UI Continue reading Two Admin Dashboards coded in two different languages: Php & Python. YOURS FREE!
This week we’re going to chat about doing HTTP requests and consuming RESTful web APIs in Python. This will be a Q&A-driven chat, so please get come prepared to ask questions! This chat is open to learners of all skill-levels. Continue reading Weekly Python Chat: Consuming web APIs in Python
At last year´s PyCon.DE, from October 25th till 27th, Blue Yonder held several interesting talks around Python. In case you missed out the event, we would like to share the best of our talks at the conference. While Python itself Continue reading PyCon.DE Part 3: Connecting Python to Big Data Landscapes using Arrow and Parquet
This article continues with our series on interacting with the file system in Python. The previous articles dealt with reading and writing files. Interestingly, the file system is much more than a way to store/retrieve data to disk. There are Continue reading Creating and Deleting Directories with Python
tl;dr; minimalcss is much better than mincss to slew out the minimal CSS your page needs to render. More accurate and more powerful features. This site now uses minimalcss in inline the minimum CSS needed to render the page. I Continue reading Now using minimalcss – Peterbe.com