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Hosting a static website on Heroku – The easy way

Do you want free hosting for your demo website? Do you want to deploy your webapp for free? Then look no further. You can do that and more with Heroku.  Read more to deploy your first static website on Heroku. Heroku is a platform as a service (PaaS) that enables developers to build, run, and operate applications entirely in the cloud. Heroku has a genorous free plan allowing students/hobbyist to deploy their apps on the cloud for free. In this

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A simple guide to building REST API’s in GO

In this post we will build  simple REST API’s using the Go programming language. We will also be using the MUX Router. I will also explain some of the fundamentals of the language for beginners. If you want to learn Go visit awesome-go-in-education. A curated list of resources about Go in Education. If you want to do the same but in Python read A simple guide to creating REST API’s with flask. I will be using Goland from jetbrains as

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Creating a local backup for your Emails

Do you want to download your Emails to your local system? Does your email provider not allow you to download specific emails? Do you have a some knowledge of Python Scripting?  If your answers to your above questions were “yes”, then you’ve come to the right place.If you want to get all your Emails data at one go, you can follow this video(for Gmail). For the purposes of this tutorial we will be using the imap protocol to access and

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Inexpensive ways to manage your email subscriptions

One of the biggest problems bloggers, solopreneurs and startups face is to keep their users engaged. One of the best ways to do this is to send them useful mail.I have been using Mailchimp to send out mails for a little more than 6 years now. And I absolutely love and recommend their service. The free plan allows about 2000 subscribers. Fortunately(or unfortunately) my mailing lists will reach that number very soon. Once the number does exceed 2000 you have

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A simple guide to creating REST API’s with flask

Photo by Rachael Gorjestani on Unsplash About a week back I had asked some of my juniors to build a flask app. The result was a mixture of classes and  Resource implementation of flask_restful library. When asked why they made it so complex, he showed me the google search results for – how to build REST API’s using flask. Almost all the tutorials out there are either too in-depth or too difficult for beginners.This post is a beginner friendly tutorial

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