TLWI Python #34

Hey hey hey, welcome back to our weekly newsletter! I hope you're ready for an exciting lineup of geeky content because this week we've got some cracking links for you! Alright, let's dive right in.

First up, have you ever thought about running Python in your browser? Well, now you can with Python IN Browser! Yes, you heard it right! No installations required, you can just open up your browser and start coding. We know it sounds crazy but trust us, it's real and it's awesome. So, what are you waiting for? Click on that link and check it out today.

Next up, we have a link that could save you a ton of time and effort. Yes, you guessed it, it's all about automation. With I was tired of making banners for my blogs, so I automated it, you'll learn how to automate the creation of blog banners using Python. It's super easy and will save you so much time that you can spend on other fun things like learning Python, maybe?

Moving on, we have something for all you Django enthusiasts out there. This week, we're featuring an article on Writing Custom Django Database Functions. Yes, it may sound complicated, but trust me, it's not. In fact, it's an essential skill for any Django developer. So, whether you're a novice or a pro, you should definitely check out this article.

And for all the data lovers, this week we've got something special for you. Have you ever heard of Demo Mode: Using State in Streamlit? If not, then you're in for a treat. In this article, you'll learn all about using Streamlit's state management feature to create interactive demos. It's super easy and you don't need any prior experience with Streamlit. So click on the link and give it a go.

Last but not least, we have an article that covers everything you need to know to get started with web scraping using Python. Yes, we're talking about Web Scraping with Python: Everything you need to know to get started (2022). From setting up your environment to building your first web scraper, this article covers it all. If you're interested in data extraction or just want to expand your Python skills, then this is the article for you.

Alright, folks, that's a wrap for this week's newsletter. We hope you enjoyed it and found some cool links to check out. Stay tuned for more exciting content next week.


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