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NoSQL Data Stores - Full Stack Python Relational databases store the vast majority of web application persistent data. However, there are several alternative classifications of storage representations. Key-value pairDocument-orientedColumn-family tableGraph These persistent data storage representations are commonly used to augment, rather than completely replace, relational databases. Key-value Pair

RabbitMQ - RabbitMQ tutorial - "Hello World!" Introduction Prerequisites This tutorial assumes RabbitMQ is installed and running on localhost on standard port (5672). In case you use a different host, port or credentials, connections settings would require adjusting. Where to get help If you're having trouble going through this tutorial you can contact us through the mailing list. JSbin, JSfiddle or Codepen, which one to use and why? There are lots of css – js playgrounds now in the market, and the most popular ones are JSbin (by Remy Sharp), JSfiddle (by Oskar Krawczyk), codepen (by Chris Coyier, Tim Sabat and Alex Vasquez). So sometimes it become a confusing question which one to use; and more importantly why and when? Let’s compare these three today and find out which one can be the most suitable one for you. So, first of all let’s compare the features of these three. Feature comparison table

CSS Responsive Tabbed Navigation A handy tabbed navigation, optimized for mobile devices, with support for both horizontal and vertical menu positioning. Browser support ie Chrome Firefox Safari Opera 9+ Tabbed navigations are very useful when you need to organize a considerable amount of side content. It’s very common to use tabs in a product page, for information like delivery options, product material info etc. Another use of tabs is in dashboards, where users need a quick way to switch from one panel to the other. The code behind this snippet is very straightforward.

Manipulation Adds the specified class(es) to each element in the set of matched elements. Insert content, specified by the parameter, after each element in the set of matched elements. Insert content, specified by the parameter, to the end of each element in the set of matched elements. Insert every element in the set of matched elements to the end of the target. Python and Flask Are Ridiculously Powerful As a developer, I sometimes forget the power I wield. It's easy to forget that, when something doesn't work the way I'd like, I have the power to change it. Yesterday, I was reminded of this fact as I finally got fed up with the way payments are processed for my book. After being unhappy with the three different digital-goods payment processors I've used since the book came out, I took two hours and wrote my own solution using Python and Flask. That's right.

Old PDF course files inAll categories Web development12 Courses Entrepreneurship2 Courses Design1 Course General technology1 Course cssdeck codecasts by quanta Revealing CSSDeck Codecasts Website: Twitter: @cssdeck what? You must have seen tons of stuff around the web like: "Pure CSS3 Slider" The Next Big Thing In Responsive Design Responsive design, which allows designers and developers to build websites that adapt to every screen size, is one of the most empowering web tools to be adopted in the last decade. But adapting to the screen is only the first frontier of a new, responsive web. Today, users expect online experiences that not only respond to what device they're using, but also their location, time of day, what they’ve already read, and events happening in real time. To capture a user’s attention for the next generation of the web, you’ll need more than just responsive design.

Bases jQuery $(function(){ ".addClass()" ".removeClass()" ".attr()" ".hasClass()" ".html()" ".prop()" ".toggleClass()" ".val()" }); Basic : ".hide()" ".show()" ".toggle()" Custom ".animate()" Fading : ".fadeIn()" ".fadeOut()" Sliding : ".slideDown()" ".slideToggle()" ".slideUp()" Manipulation : ".append()" ".appendTo()" ".position()" ".offset" ".scrollTop()" ".scrollLeft()" ".width()" ".height()" Selecteurs : "All Selector" ('*') "Class Selector" ('.class') "Element Selector" (Element) "ID Selector" ('#id') "Multiple Selector" ('selector1, selector2, selectorN') Créer quatre checkbox plus une qui permet de selectionner / déselectionner les autres. maVariable = $('selecteur').prop('checked'); $("input[type='checkbox']").prop('checked',true); $("input[type='checkbox']").prop('checked',false);

Gareth's Tech Blog: A basic web app using Flask and MongoDB This tutorial will show you how to set up a very simple database web application using the micro-framework Flask. We'll be using the Python library pymongo, which is available on PyPI and installable through PIP, and the free sandbox database at Mongolab. We'll use git with bitbucket to deploy the code to the server.

USB RFID + Python + Pub-Sub (MQTT) Now that we've got an RFID reader and pub-sub client working separately, it's time to combine the two functions to achieve the end result. The following code does exactly that. Here's how it works: - When the script starts the 'open_reader()' function is called which opens the card reader or exits the script upon failure. - Displays card information - Connects to the MQTT server of quits upon failure. - Begins the main loop - The listen_card(card, interval) function starts a loop that checks a card is sitting on the reader.

Development Environments - Full Stack Python A development environment is a combination of a text editor and the Python interpreter. The text editor allows you to write the code. The interpreter provides a way to execute the code you've written.

Takeaway: jsFiddle lets developers play with the three core elements of Web development. Check out this powerful application for rapid prototyping and testing. Every developer has been in the situation where you have code or a design that you need to test quickly and possibly share with others. jsFiddle is the perfect solution; it provides a custom environment (based on user selections) to test (or fiddle with) your JavaScript, HTML, and CSS code right inside your browser. A quick tour of jsFiddle will give you a better understanding of what it provides and why you should use it. by coderdan Feb 11

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