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Overview This guide shows how to install bottle. bottle is a fast and simple micro-framework for python web-applications.   Prerequisites Python has been installed Installation on Ubuntu Installation on Windows Optional but recommended. Setup a VirtualEnvironment and Pip has been installed. VirtualEnvironment for Ubuntu   Installation 01. Activate your virtual environment, or skip this step …

Overview This is the 2nd part of the 3-part guide on installing, configuring and deploying a Python Web/Flask application on an Ubuntu system that uses NGINX and uWSGI. For the installation part go here. If you’ve finished Installation and Configuration you can go here to deploy the app. Prerequisites Ubuntu 18.04 Python 3.x has been installed. …

Overview This tutorial will guide you in creating a simple Web/Flask Python application and deploy it on an NGINX server with uWSGI and uWSGI Emperor. This part 1 covers the installation of the required packages. It will install the following: NGINX uWSGI uWSGI-Emperor Flask It will also cover creation of Virtual Environment Installation of python packages …

PyCon 2019 | Take Back the Web with GraphQL Speaker: Robert Myers   GraphQL is an exciting technology that can help simplify web logic. Most of the attention has been focused on client-side improvements, such as reducing payload sizes and reducing total number of requests. This talk will show how GraphQL can structure your backend …

Google I/O 2019 | Unlocking New Capabilities for the Web To close the capability gap between the web and native to provide a solid foundation for modern applications delivered on the web, the web needs open. Learn how some of these new capabilities work, what’s on our road map, and how we’re designing them to …

Google I/O 2019 | Elevating the Web Platform with the JavaScript Framework Community As developers, you interact with the Web Platform through tools and frameworks that make us more productive. In this talk, you’ll learn some of the ways Chrome has been working with Open Source projects to help level up these important abstractions. Understand …

Google I/O 2019 | What’s New with Chrome and the Web Learn Google’s vision for the Web Platform. This session will cover the latest updates across Chrome, as well as the tools and services that we’re building, across our teams, to help developers build great experiences. Looking further into the future, you’ll also learn the …

Google I/O 2019 | Anatomy of a Web Media Experience You’ll learn about the insights that led to our redesigned native media controls in Chrome and what it took to convert these into a customizable UI library that now ships as part of Shaka player.   Speakers: Amy Roberts, Sandra Lokshina Session ID: TFFD88   …