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Python Modules List

Top 50 Ultimate Python Modules List

One thing I really love with the Python programming language is its incredible extensibility. Here’s a list of 50 awesome modules for Python, covering almost all needs: Databases, GUIs, Images,

Vim Commands

130+ Essential Vim Commands

Since the 1970’s, Vi and its successor Vim have been included by default on many operating systems, including almost all GNU/Linux distributions. Vim is free and open-source and is one

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Kinsta Review: Is It Worth Its Price?

Read our in-depth Kinsta review to find out if your should use Kinsta to host your WordPress site. Kinsta Starting from $30/mo Rating:  4.5/5 Visit Website Very fast and

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CSS Spinners and Loaders

The Best CSS Spinners & Loaders

Using modern CSS techniques, it has never been easier to create a loader/spinner of any kind. This article showcases over 40 different techniques and styles.

Online Code Editor

10+ Best Online Code Editors

As a developer, your main tool is obviously the one that allows you to turn your ideas into code: A text editor. As time goes by, more online text editors

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InMotion Hosting Review & Giveaway

Web hosting is a very important aspect of owning a website, as you need a reliable, fast and secure host. But there’s hundreds of companies providing hosting. Today, let’s have

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CodeIgniter Tutorial: Learn to Master CodeIgniter

CodeIgniter is an open source rapid development web application framework, for use in building dynamic web sites with PHP. In today’s article, I have compiled 10 very useful tutorials to learn to do almost everything with this powerful PHP framework.

CSS Tricks

Advanced CSS Tricks and Techniques

As time goes by, CSS is becoming more and more powerful and nowadays it offers lots of possibilities to create visually stunning websites. This article is a compilation of fresh,

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PHP cURL Examples: 10 Awesome Things to Do With cURL

cURL, and its PHP extension libcURL, are tools which can be used to simulate a web browser. In fact, it can for example, submit forms. In this article, I’m going to show you 10 incredible things that you can do using PHP and cURL.

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CatsWhoCode is a website dedicated to those who create and maintain websites: web developers, web designers, webmasters, and so on.

Our aim is to make web development easier and more fun by providing high-quality resources and useful tutorials to our readers. The website has been founded in June 2008. The name “CatsWhoCode” came from the founder’s immoderate love for these sweet, friendly and funny animals.

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