I completed reading Problem Solving with Algorithms and Data Structures by Brad Miller, David Ranum. It took me some hours to finish this book. If you know basic searching, sorting, tree algorithms and data structures, you can skip reading this book. It is not of much use for someone like me. The reason for writing this blog… Continue reading Points From Problem Solving with Algorithms and Data Structures
I finished reading Dive into Python some days back. This blog post is in continuation of previous blog post. I have used a lot of constructs which has been described starting from chapter 7, be it regex in Python or things like urrlib e.t.c, so there is not much that I have picked from those chapters.… Continue reading Points From Dive Into Python : Part 2
I am reading Dive into Python and have finished 7 chapters till now. This blog post is having the points from the book that I liked. I may forget. have so much meaning in them. tells stories about why it was introduced in specific Python version. I felt like writing it in this blog post. Some… Continue reading Points From Dive into Python : Part 1
This is the third part of the series Scrapping with Scrapy. In this post I will covering how to use selenium with scrapy, how to change the template, that gets loaded when a new Scrapy project is created. You may need to read part 1 and part 2 of this series to understand more.
In this post I’ll be writing more about the files created when you create a new Scrapy Project, about how to write a simple spider and a crawl spider. Simple spider (or Base Spider) will simply scrap the data, you need, from a single webpage whereas Crawl Spider recursively crawls through all the webpages.
This is gonna be a three part series. Part 1 is about instructions to install Scrapy and starting your first project. Let’s get started.
This post is having some tips and notes about how to create a simple API. It’s fun to code something useful right? I created a Horoscope API, using pyhoroscope package, I created some days back. I used Flask and hosted it on Heroku. Heroku is free and price you, as you grow. It provides, for free,… Continue reading Making An API using Python and Flask