Setting up redux in your react application can be confusing, but it doesn’t have to be. In this article, I walk you through the entire process of setting up and connecting redux to your react application along with a practical application example.
Flask is a wonderful framework. If you read my blog, you’ll realise just how much I love it. There are many reasons why I like Flask. The most important reason is the freedom it gives me. Freedom is power, but with great power, comes great responsibility.
I’ve written an article about handling flask configurations. In that article, I discussed 2 ways in which we can handle application configuration. However, there is a third method of handling flask configurations that I did not discuss: using environment variables. In this article, I’m going to expound on this method and provide code examples.
organising flask configurations can be confusing and tedious. In this article, I strip away the complexity and simplify the whole process
This is not a problem I thought I’d be running into any time soon, however, the nature of software development is such that unpredictable hurdles jump out at you at every stage of the development process.
I’ve recently developed a deep fascination with web crawlers/scrapers. Despite knowing about them for a while, I’ve never had any real need or desire to develop one until recently. This change was brought about by the gruelling job application process that I have been engaging in recently.
I’ve been working on some web crawling projects recently. In my first project, my chosen tools were python, selenium, and homebrew. I doubt you need much of an introduction to python, selenium is a framework that facilitates browser automation. I won’t go into too much detail about selenium in this post in order to keep it […]