5 Python open-source tools to extract text and tabular data from PDF Files
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How to Write Awesome Python Classes
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Run a website off a Google Sheets Database, with Hugo
How to build a static website from a database hosted in Google Sheets with Jupyter + Pandas, Hugo Static Site Generator, and Netlify Hosting.
Introduction to Clustering in Python with PyCaret
A step-by-step, beginner-friendly tutorial for unsupervised clustering tasks in Python ...
API Authentication with Tokens
In this article I'm going to show you a few common patterns for client authentication based on ...
Django 4.0 released
The Django team is happy to announce the release of Django 4.0. The release notes cover the ...
Mito: One of the Coolest Python Libraries You Have Ever Seen
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Exploring Google Analytics Realtime Data with Python
Take full advantage of all the Google Analytics features and data using its REST API and Python.
Python Named Tuple: What, How and When to Use
Recipes of Python Named Tuple and why we should use itContinue reading on Towards Data Science ...
Experimental APIs in Python 3.10 and the future of trust stores
Let's see the new APIs in action and how their addition could mean a bright future for trust stores in Python.
How to Easily Cluster Textual Data in Python
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Pycord-Development / pycord
Pycord, a maintained fork of discord.py, is a python wrapper for the Discord API
Create a Cold War-Era Numbers Station with Twilio Voice and Python Flask
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to build a Python Flask application that will encrypt a message of your choice into a string of numbers. You’ll then use the Twilio Voice API via the Python helper library to accept an incoming call and read out the coded message to the caller in as creepy a voice as you can manage.
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