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Working with python collections part 1

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

Python Collections - named tuple is to access by the names specified and deque is to append and pop the elements from both sides of queue are explained with real time examples in part 1 of collections series

Using CasperJS to scrape website data

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

CasperJS can be used for Navigation Scipting, Scraping and testing. In this Tutorial we will see how to scrape data from website using CasperJS and PhantomJS 1.9

Sending SMS, MMS using Twilio.

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

A simple Tutorial on sending SMS and MMS in python using Twilio. In this tutorial you will learn how to send SMS, MMS and checking sms status.

Understanding Logstash Parsing Configurations and options

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

In This Tutorial we will learn to customize Logstash to parse any type of Log Files. Logstash helps us to process logs and other event data from a variety of systems. It also Supports variable injection into elasticsearch and has 200+ plugins.

Integration Of Linkedin API in python django

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

Using Linkedin integration, we can get the user verified email id, general information, work history in a less span of time, and a user can also share articles.

These Following steps are needed for Linkedin integration:
1. creating LinkedIn app
2. Authenticating user and getting an access token.
3. Get user information, work history using access token.

Dynamically Adding Google Maps with Marker In Django

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

Google Maps allows you to display maps on your web site, we can also customize maps, and the information on maps.
The Google Maps API is a JavaScript library. It can be added to a web page with a following script tags:

Deploying Django project on Elastic Beanstalk

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

Here You can learn about how to setup and deploy a Django application to Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Tools/technologies used:
Python v2.7
Django v1.7
Amazon Elastic Beanstalk, EC2, and S3

Django - migrating from function based views to class based views

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

The single most significant advantage in Django class-based views is inheritance. On a large project it's likely that we will have lots of similar views. instead of writing the repeated code we can simply have our views inherit from a base view.

How to deploy django with uwsgi and nginx using Ansible play book

Posted On 11 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

Ansible is a scripting language mostly used to automate installing applications, deploying apps etc..
Why Ansible:
You may think why learn new language if I can do the same using shell scripts, well that's ok but in my opinion ansible doesn't take much time to learn and shell scripts could become complex as the projects scale up. You can read afurther details over here(https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=6431552).

Setting Up Sentry - Web Application Event Tracking platform

Posted On 25 December 2015 By MicroPyramid

When you want to track your exception and log mesages in a UI rather than storing it in a file(which we usually do), we can use SENTRY. Sentry provides real-time crash reporting and exception tracking for your web and mobile apps.

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