Bookmarks tagged Python

27 Nov
Fabric is a high level Python (2.7, 3.4+) library designed to execute shell commands remotely over SSH, yielding useful Python objects in return. It builds on top of Invoke (subprocess command execution and command-line features) and Paramiko (SSH protocol implementation), extending their APIs to complement one another and provide additional functionality.
20 Nov
Example of code to create plot graphs with the style and typography of XKCD, in Python.
#Python #XKCD +
13 Nov
`ap` is a command-line client for the ActivityPub protocol coded in Python by, initially developed to illustrate how to write client code for the ActivityPub API as part of his book for O'Reilly Media, "ActivityPub: Programming for the Social Web".
25 Oct
I build a lot of command-line tools in Python. It’s become my favorite way of quickly turning a piece of code into something I can use myself and package up for other people to use too.
[...] Here are some notes on what I’ve learned about designing and implementing CLI tools in Python so far.
#CLI + #Python
17 Oct
pytest official documentation page explaining how to capture the stdout and stderr output and make use of it during as an assert during the test
#Python #pytest +
4 Oct
PyGitHub is a Python library to access the GitHub REST API. This library enables you to manage GitHub resources such as repositories, user profiles, and organizations in your Python applications.
4 Oct
GitPython is a python library used to interact with git repositories, high-level like git-porcelain, or low-level like git-plumbing.
It provides abstractions of git objects for easy access of repository data often backed by calling the git command-line program. ⚠️ This project is in maintenance mode
#Python #git +
2 Oct
A very simple wrapper for the Firefish API written in Python. Good to understand how the calls work but very limited and poorly implemented.
29 Sep
Urbanity is a network-based Python package developed at the NUS Urban Analytics Lab to automate the construction of feature rich (contextual and semantic) urban networks at any geographical scale. Through an accessible and simple to use interface, users can request heterogeneous urban information such as street view imagery, building morphology, population (including sub-group), and points of interest for target areas of interest.
#Python #libraries +
29 Sep
Congratulations for deciding to participate in a 30 days of Python programming challenge . In this challenge you will learn everything you need to be a python programmer and the whole concept of programming. In the end of the challenge you will get a 30DaysOfPython programming challenge certificate.