Monday, May 31, 2021
Friday, May 21, 2021
When we are talking about a term environment along with Python, it is a context in which our Python application runs, or we can say that the Python program runs.
An environment consists of an interpreter and all the installed packages, which clearly means that one can have multiple environments on a single machine, or rather I would say, every Python application can have its own environment.
Now the question is, why do we need such environments?
To know more about the virtual environment and how to create one using Visual Studio Code, have a look at my below video
Tuesday, May 18, 2021
Wednesday, May 5, 2021
Azure Web PubSub service, as its name says, it is based on publish-subscribe pattern and enables us to build real-time web applications.
Some of the popular examples where we can use this service is, for any chat-based applications, any collaboration application, like white boarding application. We can also use this service for any application which needs instant push notifications. In fact, there are many more example, we can think about.
The best part is, we can use Azure Web PubSub service on all the platforms which supports WebSocket APIs and it allows up to 100 thousand concurrent connections at any point of time.
Monday, May 3, 2021
Monday, April 19, 2021
This video explains the need of changing the deployment token, which gets generated while pushing our Azure Static Web App code on GitHub. It also talks about from where and how to get this token changed.
Sunday, April 18, 2021
This video explains how to use Azure Static Web Apps (Preview) Extension to setup CI/CD with GitHub repository. It also explains about, how to push the code to GitHub, build and deploy it from VS Code.
Sunday, April 11, 2021
Recently, I’ve recorded a video which demonstrates how to get rid of typographic errors which we may have left while writing logic. As it is very usual that, while writing logic, sometimes we are in so hurry that we do not verify variable names or say class names. So, to help with all this, Visual Studio has an extension called Code Spell Checker. This video will throw some light on how to install this extension and how to use that. Have a look: