Python Programming Blueprints
About the Book
Python is a very powerful, high-level, object-oriented programming language. It has swiftly developed over the years to become the language of choice for software developers due to its simplicity. Python Programming Blueprints will help you build useful, real-world applications using Python.
Instructions and Navigation
All of the code is organized into folders. Each folder starts with a number followed by the application name. For example, Chapter02.
All chapters have code files in their respective folders
The code will look like the following:
def set_header(self): title = Label( self, text='Voting for hasthags', font=("Helvetica", 24), height=4 ) title.pack()
In order to execute the code from this book on your local machine, you will need the following:
- An internet connection
- Python 3.6
- MongoDB 3.2.11
- pgAdmin (refer to the official documentation at http://url.marcuspen.com/pgadmin for installation instructions)
- Docker (refer to the official documentation at http://url.marcuspen.com/docker-install for installation instructions)
- All other requirements will be installed as we progress through the chapters.
- All instructions in this chapter are tailored toward macOS or Debian/Ubuntu systems; however, the authors have taken care to only use cross-platform dependencies.
Suggestions and Feedback
Please raise a Github issue if there are any issues with the code in this repository.