Code Challenge 46 - Add Continuous Integration (CI) to Your Project

Posted by PyBites on Mon 11 December 2017 in Challenge • Tagged with CI, Jenkins, Heroku, Travis, Semaphore, automation, deployment, Docker, Better Code Hub, SIG • 3 min read

Hi Pythonistas, becoming a Python developer is partly about knowing your tools. Managing your environment, testing and continuous integration are unmissable skills when you start working on bigger projects with a team. So we decided to dedicate a code challenge to deployment. Take an existing projects or make a demo app from scratch, the goal is to build an automated pipeline. Will you be the next guy or girl at work receiving kudos for setting up a Jenkins server? Have fun!


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Code Challenge 40 - Daily Python Tip Part 1 - Make a Web App - Review

Posted by PyBites on Wed 01 November 2017 in Challenges • Tagged with Daily Python Tip, Bottle, Twitter API, Tweepy, pytest, Heroku, BetterCodeHub • 1 min read

In this article we review last week's Daily Python Tip Part 1 - Make a Web App code challenge.


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Code Challenge 33 - Build a Django Tracker, Weather or Review App - Review

Posted by PyBites on Mon 28 August 2017 in Challenges • Tagged with codechallenges, Django, 100DaysOfDjango, projects, 100DaysOfCode, Heroku, books, pbreadinglist, bootstrap, autocomplete • 1 min read

In this article we review last week's Build a Django Tracker, Weather or Review App code challenge.


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Code Challenge 33 - Build a Django Tracker, Weather or Review App

Posted by PyBites on Tue 22 August 2017 in Challenge • Tagged with codechallenges, Django, 100DaysOfDjango, tracker, review, weather, apps, projects, 100DaysOfCode, Heroku • 2 min read

Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python programming. To keep it #100DaysOfDjango, this week we let you get some more practice with this awesome web framework. Last time we had an open Django challenge, for this one we have you choose between 3 specific apps.


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Making a Banner Generator With Pillow and Flask

Posted by Bob on Sat 19 August 2017 in Tools • Tagged with Pillow, Flask, Heroku, Flask-WTF, Flask-SQLAlchemy, challenges, PyBites Banner Generator, images • 4 min read

In this article I will take last week's banner.py Pillow script and integrate it into a Flask app.


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Code Challenge 29 - Create a Simple Django App - Review

Posted by PyBites on Mon 31 July 2017 in Challenges • Tagged with codechallenges, Django, 100DaysOfDjango, Heroku, registration, postgres, deployment, purecss, crispy forms, notifications • 1 min read

In this article we review last week's Create a Simple Django App code challenge. The Django fever continues ...


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Code Challenge 28 - Integrate a Bokeh Chart Into Flask - Review

Posted by PyBites on Mon 24 July 2017 in Challenges • Tagged with codechallenges, Bokeh, Flask, RealPython, guest, data, visualization, Heroku • 1 min read

In this article we review last week's Integrate a Bokeh Chart Into Flask code challenge. We got some really nice submissions to share ...


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Step-by-Step Guide on Deploying a Simple Flask App to Heroku

Posted by Julian on Fri 21 July 2017 in Flask • Tagged with Flask, python, beginner, sessions, learning, code, Heroku • 5 min read

A step-by-step guide on deploying a simple flask app to Heroku.


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Code Challenge 28 - Integrate a Bokeh Chart Into Flask

Posted by Michael Herman on Tue 18 July 2017 in Challenges • Tagged with codechallenges, Bokeh, Flask, RealPython, guest, data, visualization, Heroku • 2 min read

Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python coding! We are delighted to have Michael Herman (Real Python) deliver this week's challenge. Prepare to learn some useful new skills and above all have fun!


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Simple Flask app to compare the weather of 2 cities

Posted by Bob on Thu 20 April 2017 in Flask • Tagged with Flask, weather, API, OpenWeatherMap, learning, Heroku, pytz, deploy, Jinja, CSS • 3 min read

In this post I show you how to build a simple Flask app to compare the weather of 2 cities using the OpenWeatherMap API. Maybe this aids you in solving this week's challenge.


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