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Full Stack Python
You're knee deep in learning the Python programming language. The syntax is starting to make sense. The first few "ahh-ha!" moments are hitting you as you're learning conditional statements, for loops and classes while playing around with the open source libraries that make Python such an amazing language.

Now you want to take your initial Python knowledge and make something real, like an application that's available on the web that you can show off or sell as a service to other people. That's where Full Stack Python comes in. You've come to the right place to learn everything you need to create, deploy and run a production Python web application.

This guide branches out on topic because your learning requirements depend on what you're working on. Select one of the buttons below or check out the full table of contents.
programming  python  guide  nginx 
march 2016 by chrisbuchholz
PyFormat: Using % and .format() for great good!
Python has had awesome string formatters for many years but the documentation on them is far too theoretic and technical. With this site we try to show you the most common use-cases covered by the old and new style string formatting API with practical examples.
python  formatting  reference 
july 2015 by chrisbuchholz
Flask-Potion — Flask-Potion 0.0.0 documentation
Flask-Potion is a powerful Flask extension for building RESTful JSON APIs. Potion features include validation, model resources and routes, relations, object permissions, filtering, sorting, pagination, signals, and automatic API schema generation.

Potion is designed to handle SQLAlchemy models, but it is also possible to integrate other data stores, or even to use parts of Potion without any data store at all.
json  flask  python  rest 
june 2015 by chrisbuchholz
devpi: PyPI server and packaging/testing/release tool
The MIT-licensed devpi system features a powerful PyPI-compatible server and a complimentary command line tool to drive packaging, testing and release activities with Python
python  development  packaging  mirror 
june 2015 by chrisbuchholz

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