The title might already give away my opinion on Typora so let me start by saying it again. Typora is my favorite Markdown editor, period. With that out of the way let's continue on with the why.
I run my blog with a static site generator called Hugo and as you're reading this article I'm going to make a wild guess that you'd be interested to start your own blog too. I have created a whole series of blog posts about blogging with Hugo where I go through the required steps to build your own blog from scratch. However, in this tutorial I wanted to condense all the necessary steps to getting your blog up and running as fast as possible with a ready theme.
If you're doing web development there is one thing that you have quite likely been bitten by, CORS. It stands for Cross-Origin Resource Sharing and simply put it is a mechanism which is used by browsers to determine whether or not a request to another domain can be made.
You want to be a Python backend developer but have no idea what you should learn? Choosing what to focus on can be difficult. In this blog post I hope to help you by discussing different types of backends and the technologies that you could use to build them.
In this series of been talking about really technical topics.This is going to be a softer post where I’m going to talk about what is and what is not important when you are starting a brand new blog. I hope this post will inspire you to get going and keep going!
Building URLs is really common in applications and APIs because most of the applications tend to be pretty interconnected. But how should we do it in Python? Here's my take on the subject.
It is quite easy to recommend your most popular posts to your readers if you are running a WordPress site. What if you are using a static site generator such as Hugo instead? On this post you'll learn how to add a popular posts section by using data from Google Analytics, and how to automate the whole process.
The Python syntax doesn't have the switch-case statement. So what is the equivalent in Python? That's what we'll talk about in this post.
Even though my Windows desktop has multiple hard drives and SSD's it seems that I'm running out of space on the system drive. In this post I'm investigating why I'm running out of free space and what can I safely remove.