TLWI Python #20
Welcome to another exciting week of technology and innovation! Get ready to explore some exciting developments in the tech world with us.
First up, we have a must-see tutorial on Youtube Video Downloader using Python Django. If you're someone who loves to download videos from YouTube, then this tutorial is for you! It's time to put your Python skills to work and create your own Youtube Video Downloader. The step-by-step guidance in this tutorial will make everything easy and enjoyable.
Are you struggling to get more followers on your Github page? Well, we have something just for you! Take a look at this amazing Github Bot that will help you get more followers on your page. This bot is an excellent tool for those who want to increase their page visits and gain recognition. Don't wait any longer, start using the bot and watch your page soar in popularity!
Next up, for all you beginners out there, we have an Introduction to Modern Python. Python is one of the most popular programming languages in the world, and it's easy to see why. Whether you're a beginner or an expert, this tutorial has something for everyone. So, grab a cup of coffee, sit back, and let's dive into the world of Python together.
Looking to explore some open-source projects? Take a look at Infrastructure Resource Modeling for Network Automation. This project is open-source and available under the Apache 2 license. It's perfect for those who are interested in network automation and want to explore more. The project even has a public demo that you can take a look at, so don't miss out on this opportunity.
Finally, we have something for those of you who love Twitter. With Python and Anvil, you can now create an engaging dashboard for your Twitter Stats. Keep track of all your Twitter activity with ease and make use of the power of Python to make your dashboard interesting and exciting.
That's it for this week folks! Stay tuned for more exciting content next week.
Hot Python Articles This Week On Reddit
- Django now uses black to format it's codebase (4 days ago)
Our Article Picks
- Basel M. Mohaisen: Top 20 Django Interview Questions You Need to Know in 2022 : 🧑💻
- Code Review Doctor: The JSON trick 25% of Python devs don't know about
- Eric Mutua: PYTHON 101; GETTING STARTED
- Brandon Fan: Why You Shouldn’t Use a No-Code Trading Platform - 3 Reasons
- Jeff Odhiambo: Python 101: Introduction to Modern Python
- Bas codes: Make a Dashboard for Your Twitter Stats With Python And Anvil
- Tumusiime Ezra Jnr: Django vs Flask, what to choose!
- Sajidur Rahman Shajib: Do not use
- Yaniv Noema: 10 Skills Every Data Scientist Should Know
- Mwenda Harun Mbaabu: Introduction to the Beyonic API and Fast API
- Jesse Warden: Avoiding Primitive Obsession in 6 ½ Programming Languages
- Baransel: Python loops
- Baransel: Python get input from user
- Baransel: Python tuple and tuple methods
- Viper: Walk through of Statistical Data Analysis in Python
- Omar Emad: Deploying a Django Project on Heroku 🚀
- Hamdy Abou El Anein: Create a login page in Python with flask and/or gunicorn 💻 🐍
- ajitdhulam: Django Internationalization Tutorial-4
- Abhishek Kumar: Python(Quick Start)
- Asante Ntiro: Getting Started With Python
- Mahmoud EL-kariouny: Python challenge_16
- Baransel: Python print function
- codemee: Python 在類別內定義函式到底為什麼一定要有 self 參數？
- Geof: Web Scraping With Python
- Choi Jiwoo: investing.com 과거 주가 데이터 크롤링
- Yaniv Noema: Which is Better: TensorFlow or Pytorch?
- Clivern: A Github Bot to Get More Followers
- Nir Barazida: Data Science Workflows — Notebook to Production
- Vickie Li: What is insecure deserialization?
- Waylon Walker: Using a Python Markdown ast to Find All Paragraphs
- Dave Amiana: Guidelines on importing modules in Python
- Giorgos Myrianthous: How to Perform Speech-to-Text and Topic Detection with Python
- Ruthvik Raja M.V: How to install Apache PySpark on Mac using Python?
- Arctype Team: Deploy a Python API on Vercel using Postgres
- David Mezzetti: Push notifications with workflows
- sripadhs: The future of coding classes
- Elphas: Python 101: Ultimate Python Guide
- Simon Green: Weekly Challenge 150
- codemee: Python 的格式化字串功能
- Kelvin Wangonya: Handling missing dict keys
- Michael_Maranan: Youtube Video Downloader using Python Django
- Bernice Waweru: Matplotlib Basics
- Dmitriy Zub ☀️: Scrape Google Scholar Case Law Results to CSV with Python and SerpApi
- Duncan Ndegwa: How to build a fully functional chat application by implementing the chat server using Django Channel.
- samantha elaine: Type Conversion in Python
- Justin Swaney: Setting up Python Linting and Auto-formatting in VSCode
- Charisma Elohe: Micro-Frontends (2/)
- Scott Chamberlain: Notes on Python
- George Offley: Using Amazon API Gateway with Lambda
- Stanley Ruheza: Send Linux commands to a remote PC(or server) from WhatsApp
- Adrian Garcia Badaracco: Why there is no App.state in Xpresso
- ajitdhulam: Django Internationalization Tutorial-2
- Wdzz: Build a language translator in just 3 lines using googletrans API
- ajitdhulam: Django Internationalization Tutorial-1
- ajitdhulam: Django Internationalization Tutorial-3
- Bas codes: Getting Started with Anvil for Python
- codemee: Python 的 round() 與 decimal 模組
- Oleksandr: Fast Multivalue Look-ups For Huge Data Sets
- Bernice Waweru: Pandas Basics
- Sahil: File Handling in Python
Our Repo Picks
- Jxck-S/plane-notify (Python): Notify If a selected plane has taken off or landed using OpenSky or ADS-B Exchange data. Compares older data to newer data to determine if a landing or takeoff has occurred. As well as nav modes, emergency squawk and resolution advisory notifications. Can output to Twitter, Discord, and Pushbullet
- 3b1b/manim (Python): Animation engine for explanatory math videos
- psf/black (Python): The uncompromising Python code formatter
- ThioJoe/YT-Spammer-Purge (Python): Allows you easily scan for and delete scam comments using several methods.
- ansible/awx (Python): AWX Project
- EleutherAI/gpt-neox (Python): An implementation of model parallel autoregressive transformers on GPUs, based on the DeepSpeed library.
- pytest-dev/pytest (Python): The pytest framework makes it easy to write small tests, yet scales to support complex functional testing
- mindsdb/mindsdb (Python): In-Database Machine Learning
- netbox-community/netbox (Python): Infrastructure resource modeling for network automation. Open source under Apache 2. Public demo: https://demo.netbox.dev
- pytube/pytube (Python): A lightweight, dependency-free Python library (and command-line utility) for downloading YouTube Videos.
- github/copilot-docs (Python): Documentation for GitHub Copilot
- home-assistant/core (Python): 🏡 Open source home automation that puts local control and privacy first.
- Z4nzu/hackingtool (Python): ALL IN ONE Hacking Tool For Hackers
- donnemartin/system-design-primer (Python): Learn how to design large-scale systems. Prep for the system design interview. Includes Anki flashcards.
- zabbix/community-templates (Python): Zabbix Community Templates repository
- Zy143L/wskey (Python): wskey
- swisskyrepo/PayloadsAllTheThings (Python): A list of useful payloads and bypass for Web Application Security and Pentest/CTF
- chriskiehl/Gooey (Python): Turn (almost) any Python command line program into a full GUI application with one line
- ManimCommunity/manim (Python): A community-maintained Python framework for creating mathematical animations.
- django/django (Python): The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines.
- DLR-RM/stable-baselines3 (Python): PyTorch version of Stable Baselines, reliable implementations of reinforcement learning algorithms.
- yaronzz/Tidal-Media-Downloader (Python): Download 'TIDAL' Music On Windows/Linux/MacOs (PYTHON/C#)
- ray-project/ray (Python): An open source framework that provides a simple, universal API for building distributed applications. Ray is packaged with RLlib, a scalable reinforcement learning library, and Tune, a scalable hyperparameter tuning library.
- Pycord-Development/pycord (Python): Pycord, a maintained fork of discord.py, is a python wrapper for the Discord API
- jonaswinkler/paperless-ng (Python): A supercharged version of paperless: scan, index and archive all your physical documents
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