Showing posts with label Web. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Web. Show all posts

Python Any Where - Host, run, and code Python in the cloud

Basic plan gives you access to machines with a full Python environment already installed for free. You can develop and host your website or any other code directly from your browser without having to install software or manage your own server.

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Surprise - A Python scikit for recommender systems

Surprise is a Python scikit building and analyzing recommender systems that deal with explicit rating data. Surprise stands for Simple Python Recommendation System Engine.

Surprise was designed with the following purposes in mind:

Give users perfect control over their experiments.
Alleviate the pain of dataset handling.
Provide various ready-to-use prediction algorithms.
Make it easy to implement new algorithm ideas.
Provide tools to evaluate, analyse and compare the algorithms performance.

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Performing Google Search using Python code

Install following two packages before executing the code below pip install beautifulsoup4 pip install google try: from googlesearch import search except ImportError: print("No module named 'google' found") # to search query = "python for engineers Blog" for j in search(query, tld="", num=10, stop=1, pause=2): print(j)

Top 5 Python Web Frameworks

1) Django

Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.
Ridiculously fast + Reassuringly secure + Exceedingly scalable

TurboGears 2 is a reinvention of the TurboGears project to take advantage of new components, and to provide a fully customizable WSGI (Web Server Gateway Interface) stack. 

Free open source full-stack framework for rapid development of fast, scalable, secure and portable database-driven web-based applications. Written and programmable in Python

4) Flask

Flask is a Python framework available under the BSD license. It was inspired by the Sinatra Ruby framework. Flask depends on the Werkzeug WSGI toolkit and Jinja2template.


Bottle is a microframework. Originally meant for building APIs, Bottle implements everything in a single source file. It has no dependencies apart from the Python Standard Library. Coding with Bottle gets you closer to the metal than coding with any full-stack framework.