If you need a quick web server running and you don't want to mess with setting up apache or something similar, then Python can help.
This entry was posted on Feb 24 2009 Setting up a webcam in Flash has always been pretty simple.
Some readers of my blog hate html tables and often ask to me which is the better way to design FORMS with CSS, without using tables to place each form element in a table's cell. How I said some time ago... tables are not evil . Sincerly, in some case I used pure CSS code to design forms but, in general, I prefer to use tables. It's simpler and faster than use only CSS property "to simulate" a table structure.
CSS grid frameworks can make your life easier, but they’re not without their faults. Fortunately for us, modern techniques offer a new approach to constructing page layouts. But before getting to the solution, we must first understand the three seemingly insurmountable flaws currently affecting CSS grids.
[update] Paul Hinrichsen pointed me to a new implementation of a QRCode Reader (Adobe Native Extension) build by Sbhave. It works BRILLIANTLY and VERY fast.
A clean, elegant URL scheme is an important detail in a high-quality Web application.
Creating web apps and sites for the Mobile Web has its own sets of challenges and techniques.
The module provides a python wrapper around the Yahoo! Weather, Google Weather and NOAA APIs. Author: Eugene Kaznacheev <email@example.com>
GitHub is now the "source of truth" but I will always try to update to this project page. https://github.com/bear/python-twitter A Python wrapper around the Twitter API
It can be time consuming to make web forms both pretty and accessible. In particular, laying out forms where the form label and input are horizontally adjacent, as in the image below, can be a real problem.
CSS has transformed the way forms used to get designed.
Continuing the theme of dealing with common questions from the Django mailing lists and IRC channel, today we’ll look at how to organize the various bits of a Django-based project or application.
The subtitle for this article could easily be “How To Create PDFs with Python”, but WordPress doesn’t support that.
7. Templates are here, ordered as in urls.py provided in the previous post: