Twitter digest 2017 week 24

Posted by PyBites on Sun 18 June 2017 in Digest • Tagged with twitter, news, tips, python, Postgres, JSON, Rest, API, Strings, Docker, Flask, React, AWS, learning, Py, Instagram, data science, charts, NASA, Faker, GitHub, Readme, indentation, data analysis, twilio • 2 min read

Every weekend we share a curated list of 15 cool things (mostly Python) that we found / tweeted throughout the week.


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Code Challenge 23 - Challenge Estimated Time API

Posted by PyBites on Tue 13 June 2017 in Challenges • Tagged with codechallenges, APIs, Github, Slack, Flask, tracking, meta, data, platform • 3 min read

Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python coding! This week we will give you the opportunity to enhance our challenge platform by creating a simple API to track how much time our challenges take (and possibly other metadata).


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Code Challenge 21 - Electricity Cost Calculation App - Review

Posted by PyBites on Mon 05 June 2017 in Challenges • Tagged with codechallenges, calculation, electricity, Flask, Django, cli, data, BeautifulSoup, Python Anywhere, Pythonista 3 • 2 min read

In this article we review this week's code challenge #21 for which we got some nice PRs.


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Flask Sessions

Posted by Julian on Fri 02 June 2017 in Flask • Tagged with Flask, python, beginner, sessions, learning, examples, code • 4 min read

In this quick post I discuss Flask Sessions and provide a few use cases.


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Code Challenge 21 - Electricity Cost Calculation App

Posted by PyBites on Mon 29 May 2017 in Challenges • Tagged with codechallenges, calculation, math, electricity, beginner, GUI, TkInter, Flask, newquote • 2 min read

Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python coding! This week we will get you to create a simple app to calculate the monetary cost of using an electrical device. Enjoy!


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Twitter digest 2017 week 21

Posted by PyBites on Sun 28 May 2017 in Digest • Tagged with twitter, news, tips, python, books, pycon2017, pip, PEP, pyPI, Elizabeth, machine learning, boilerplates, open source, pycharm, copy, pytest, memory, tkinter, bokeh, flask, dicts, gitsuggest • 2 min read

Every weekend we share a curated list of 15 cool things (mostly Python) that we found / tweeted throughout the week.


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Twitter digest 2017 week 20

Posted by PyBites on Sun 21 May 2017 in Digest • Tagged with twitter, news, tips, python, pycharm, vim, PyCon2017, tutorials, resources, bpython, dictionaries, Postgres, cli, mentors, tkinter, speedml, machine learning, jupyter, aws, lambda, pcap, unity3d, bot, flask • 2 min read

Every weekend we share a curated list of 15 cool things (mostly Python) that we found / tweeted throughout the week.


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Twitter digest 2017 week 19

Posted by PyBites on Sun 14 May 2017 in Digest • Tagged with twitter, news, tips, python, twilio, javascript, beginners, webscraping, PyPI, AI, pandoc, git, Continuum, cli, Alexa, flask, matplotlib, visual studio, OpenCV • 2 min read

Every weekend we share a curated list of 15 cool things (mostly Python) that we found / tweeted throughout the week.


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Building a Simple Birthday App with Flask-SQLAlchemy

Posted by Bob on Thu 11 May 2017 in Flask • Tagged with Flask-SQLAlchemy, SQLAlchemy, Flask, Facebook, birthday, calendar, icalendar, datetime • 3 min read

In this article I teach you how to get started with Flask-SQLAlchemy. I will set up a model, create the DB, retrieve birthdays from FB and import them into the DB. Lastly I will query the birthdays by date range.


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Learning Python by Building a Wisdom Quotes App

Posted by Dante on Tue 09 May 2017 in Learning • Tagged with challenges, learning, guest, wikipedia, API, code review, flask, requests, quotes, forismatic • 3 min read

In this guest post Dante tells us about his Wisdom of the Ages app he built for PyBites code challenge 16 (reviewed here). The best way to learn Python is to build something and we are proud of our community achieving just that.


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