How to Write and append to zip archives in Python

Writing and appending to zip archives dynamically using Python is our need to manage the space on server. In my previous article you have seen how to read zip archives in Python. Now we are concentrating on How to Write and append to existing zip archives using Python. We will take the same zip files […]

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How to read zip archives in Python

You must have run under space issues when Zip is the name of a popular file compression algorithm, which lets you both combine multiple files into a single archive and store them on disk using less space. We’ll show you how you can open and read zip files in your Python scripts. Python’s “batteries included” […]

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Freeform GUIs in Python: Tkinter canvas

The Tkinter framework provides some standard GUI widgets for use in building Graphical User Interfaces in Python. If you need more freedom you can use the Canvas widget included in Tkinter, which gives you an area where you can draw custom shapes. We’ll start with a basic Tk application. This will create a window containing […]

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Treat Google as an application platform

Good news for developers as we can treat Google as an application platform. SMB (Small medium business) are trying to harness Google platform and applications as much as possible. Now, you can build your application on excellent architecture such as Google’s. I am sure Google Apps and Google App Engine will rock in development community. […]

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Python Web Scrapper with BeautifulSoup

You must have wondered how people are showing data which you might have already looked on few other sites. Well, they have scrapped the data from the source and manipulated that within their own application. There are thousands of HTML (or SGML, or XML) parsing libraries for hundreds of languages out there, but we will […]

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Pyjamas (Python GWT) – Introduction and Creating Widgets

If you are a Python developer and don’t like JS a lot then look at Pyjamas desktop it will run on Web as well as desktop applications. It’s based on google webkit, pyjamas is a cross-browser web application development API. it looks like a desktop API, but underneath, pyjamas is an AJAX library and a […]

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PHP vs Python: Analysis

PHP vs Python – What does it take to state one language better than other? One answer can be flexibility, development friendly, licensing policy (open source or commercial), community,  portability, dynamic typing, support for variable number of function arguments and ability to freeze live objects in a string representation. Documentation of course is a major […]

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