python-dateutil - Labix Description The dateutil module provides powerful extensions to the standard datetime module, available in Python 2.3+. News 2011-03-24 dateutil 2.0 is out! Ported to Python 3, by Brian Jones. If you need dateutil for Python 2.X, please continue using the 1.X series. How to run IronPython code from C# ~ Helper Code I’ve just got back from a joint session with Shay at the local .NET user group, I’ve presented IronPython after an excellent IronRuby session done by Shay. One example I didn’t have the time to show was how to run IronPython script from within C# code. After the session I was asked by a group member to show this exact demo. So without further ado here is how to run IronPython from within the comfort of your C# application: Step 1: Add references Add the following assemblies to your project:
Android Fragmentation Report July 2013 11,868Distinct Android devices seen this year 3,997Distinct Android devices seen last year 682,000Devices surveyed for this report. 47.5%Samsung's share of those devices. 8Android versions still in use 37.9%Android users on Jelly Bean Fragmentation is both a strength and weakness of the Android ecosystem. When comparisons are made between Android and iOS the issue of different API levels, and the vastly different devices running them, is often emphasised. In this report we examine the extent of Android fragmentation and analyse its impact on both users and developers.
Python Imaging Library (PIL) The Python Imaging Library (PIL) adds image processing capabilities to your Python interpreter. This library supports many file formats, and provides powerful image processing and graphics capabilities. Status Running IronPython Scripts from a C# 4.0 Program - Charlie Calvert's Community Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs IronPython is a scripting language hosted on the .NET platform. This posts shows how you can use the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR) and the new C# 4.0 dynamic keyword to call an IronPython script from a C# program. Before going any further, it might be helpful to take a moment to explore the architecture that makes this technology possible. The key building block is the DLR, which sits on top of the .NET 4.0 CLR and provides the tooling for adding dynamic programs such as Python to the family of .NET languages. C# 4.0 adds the dynamic keyword and some related technologies to integrate support for dynamic binding into the language.
9 GIFs That Explain Responsive Design Brilliantly What is responsive design? Most people vaguely understand that it refers to websites that work just as well on desktops as they do on smartphones, but there's a lot more to it than that, leading to widespread confusion (heck, I'll admit, I've even been known to misuse it myself, even after fellow Co.Design writer John Pavlus called me a dummy for it). But the principles of responsive design aren't that hard to understand, thanks to this amazing collection of animated GIFs put together by the guys Froont, a San Francisco-based company specializing in making tools for designers to create responsive websites. Spend just a few minutes with these GIFs, and you'll never be hoightily corrected by a design pedant about "responsive websites" versus "adaptive websites" ever again. In fact, you can be that hoighty pedant!
OpenFace Free and open source face recognition with deep neural networks. 2016-01-19: OpenFace 0.2.0 released! See this blog post for more details. OpenFace is a Python and Torch implementation of face recognition with deep neural networks and is based on the CVPR 2015 paper FaceNet: A Unified Embedding for Face Recognition and Clustering by Florian Schroff, Dmitry Kalenichenko, and James Philbin at Google.
Toolkit - ReportLab.com The Open Source PDF library The ReportLab Toolkit is a library for programatically creating documents in PDF format. It's a robust, flexible, time-proven, industry-strength solution. It's free, open-source software written in Python. It lets you quickly and easily create or automate complex or data-driven documents. The ReportLab Toolkit has evolved over the years in direct response to the real-world reporting needs of large institutions. How to embed IronPython script support in your existing app in 10 easy steps - Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs Previously, I added IronPython scripting support to a real existing application, MDbg (a managed debugger written in C#). In this entry, I'll go through step-by-step how I did that. I'll call specific attention to the goofy issues so that it should be very easy for other end users to get right to the point.
How nth-child Works There is a CSS selector, really a pseudo-selector, called nth-child. Here is an example of using it: What the above CSS does, is select every third list item inside unordered lists. That is, the 3rd, 6th, 9th, 12th, etc. But how does that work?