An outline of 14 key components that are needed for a full stack production deployment of a commercial user-facing Python web app, with some recommended options.
As part of this series on creating and deploying a full stack web app, I’m using the Django web framework. Django has pre-designed parts for you compared to Flask which I’ve used previously. That saves some development time, although it… Continue Reading →
A cheat sheet / reference for the minimum basic Django project.
For the first python web app I created, most of the tricky parts and learning came with trying to deploy it to a server, which result in lots of trial and error, and writing down a huge long list of… Continue Reading →
It’s cool to be able to interact with publicly available API’s so you can grab weather reports, live travel updates or access your twitter feed. But even better, it’s actually pretty straightforward to create your own API using python and… Continue Reading →
There’s a previous AndyPi article on accessing the TfL (Transport for London) bus API using python, and displaying the result on an LCD. Although its a fun project, almost everything these days ends up having a web browser as the… Continue Reading →
It’s often useful to set certain scripts to run regularly, or in response to some event. There are some websites that help you do this such as Zapier or IFTTT which integrate with other online services. However, they cost money,… Continue Reading →
Cloud computing is one of those tech buzzwords that everyone is talking about but no one knows exactly what it is. Just take a tech product or website and stick cloud in front of it to be a winner. There’s… Continue Reading →