[#Script #Coding] Python Django and Google APIs – Project Tutorial

Python Django and Google APIs – Project Tutorial

By freeCodeCamp.org
Published: Aug 17, 2021


freeCodeCamp.org Learn how to build a Python Django app that uses multiple Google APIs in this full course.

✏️ Course created by Bobby Stearman from Did Coding. Check out his channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCitbHjDxcR3JBErnRLCuYkw/

💻 Code: https://github.com/bobby-didcoding/did_django_google_api_tutorial

⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️
⌨️ (0:00:00) Introduction
⌨️ (0:00:23) Application wa… [READ MORE]

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[#Krita #Animation] LIVE STREAM: Q & A – March 18, 2021

LIVE STREAM: Q & A – March 18, 2021

By Ed Tadeo
Published: Mar 17, 2021


Ed Tadeo #Krita #QandA #Animation #drawing

This will be a live broadcast using camera to a desktop.

I will be working on an animation while I take questions.

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[#Webdesign #Coding] CSS Grid Tutorial: Responsive Design Examples

CSS Grid Tutorial: Responsive Design Examples

By LearnWebCode
Published: Jun 14, 2021


LearnWebCode CodePen follow along: https://codepen.io/learnwebcode/pen/OJpaeaw?editors=1100
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0:00 Intro
2:09 Example #1
10:34 Easy Centering
12:11 Avoid Extra Wrapper Div
14:42 Manually Placing Items
24:37 Grid Area
29:21 Responsive Without Breakpoints
33:39 Getting Creative

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[#Script #Coding] Angular 11 Tutorial – Code a Project from Scratch

Angular 11 Tutorial – Code a Project from Scratch

By freeCodeCamp.org
Published: May 18, 2021


freeCodeCamp.org Learn how to create an Angular 11 project from scratch in this full course. It uses a public API to create a game database website. You will gain a great foundation for building Angular applications.

You will learn how to how to set up a project using Angular CLI, how to create components, how to make http calls, how to implement http interceptors, how to make services.

Also you will learn how… [READ MORE]

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  • U.N. Secretary General Calls Vaccine Inequity 'Stupid'

    António Guterres, the United Nations secretary general, assailed the imbalance of Covid-19 vaccine distribution between rich and poor countries as he sought $8 billion to help narrow the divide.
  • 18 Former N.B.A. Players Charged in Health Care Fraud

    The scheme to defraud the health care plan for the National Basketball Association involved the submission of fraudulent claims for reimbursement of medical and dental services that were never provided, according to a federal indictment.
  • C.D.C. Urges Vaccines Ahead of Flu Season

    Dr. Rochelle P. Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said that because flu infections were low last year, immunity was likely to be diminished, making it doubly important to get inoculated.
  • Senate Leaders Strike a Deal on Debt Ceiling Increase

    Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, the majority leader, announced that he had reached an agreement with Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the minority leader, to raise the federal borrowing limit through early December.
  • Nobel Literature Prize Honors Tanzanian Author

    The award recognized Abdulrazak Gurnah's 'uncompromising and compassionate penetration of the effects of colonialism and the fates of the refugee in the gulf between cultures and continents.' He is the first African to win the award in almost two decades.
  • Earthquake Rattles Pakistan

    The deadly 5.9-magnitude quake struck early in the morning near the town of Harnai in the Balochistan Province, damaging homes and government buildings.
  • White House Pledges $1 Billion for At-Home Covid Tests

    Jeffrey D. Zients, the White House's Covid-19 coordinator, said the investment would help make 200 million at-home rapid coronavirus tests available to Americans each month starting in December.
  • Business Leaders Sound Alarm Over Potential U.S. Default

    Finance executives met with President Biden as an Oct. 18 debt-ceiling deadline inched closer, warning that a U.S. default would threaten the global economy. Senate Republicans have promised to filibuster a long-term suspension of the borrowing limit.
  • A 'Historic Day': W.H.O. Approves First Malaria Vaccine

    Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the World Health Organization's director general, said the long-awaited vaccine was a breakthrough for science and could save tens of thousands of young lives each year.
  • Boris Johnson Vows to Transform Britain's Economy

    Speaking at the Conservative Party's annual conference, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the U.K. would transition into an economy defined by high-skilled workers and higher wages.

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[#Money #Success] 15 Things Every Human Should Experience Before They Die

15 Things Every Human Should Experience Before They Die

By Alux.com
Published: Sep 07, 2021


Alux.com What is it that makes up the Human Experience?
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Top Headlines for October 07, 2021

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  • Earthquake Rattles Pakistan

    The deadly 5.9-magnitude quake struck early in the morning near the town of Harnai in the Balochistan Province, damaging homes and government buildings.
  • White House Pledges $1 Billion for At-Home Covid Tests

    Jeffrey D. Zients, the White House's Covid-19 coordinator, said the investment would help make 200 million at-home rapid coronavirus tests available to Americans each month starting in December.
  • Business Leaders Sound Alarm Over Potential U.S. Default

    Finance executives met with President Biden as an Oct. 18 debt-ceiling deadline inched closer, warning that a U.S. default would threaten the global economy. Senate Republicans have promised to filibuster a long-term suspension of the borrowing limit.
  • A 'Historic Day': W.H.O. Approves First Malaria Vaccine

    Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the World Health Organization's director general, said the long-awaited vaccine was a breakthrough for science and could save tens of thousands of young lives each year.
  • Boris Johnson Vows to Transform Britain's Economy

    Speaking at the Conservative Party's annual conference, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the U.K. would transition into an economy defined by high-skilled workers and higher wages.
  • Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded for New Tool to Build Molecules

    The scientists Benjamin List and David W.C. MacMillan developed a new and environmentally friendly tool to build molecules, and lessen the impact of chemistry on the environment.
  • Biden Promotes Infrastructure Spending: 'Invest in Ourselves'

    President Biden, at a union training center in Michigan, promoted his legislative agenda, which includes a bipartisan infrastructure bill and a social-policy package that is being negotiated among Democrats.
  • Facebook Products 'Weaken Our Democracy,' Whistle-Blower Says

    Frances Haugen, a former product manager for Facebook, testified during a Senate hearing, accusing the company of knowing its platforms are harmful and putting profits before safety.
  • British Military Begins Driving Fuel Trucks

    The British government deployed around 200 soldiers in the south of England where a shortage of truck drivers has led to fuel shortages. Around half of the soldiers were driving civilian vehicles and the others were providing logistical support.
  • De Blasio Touts Teacher Vaccinations

    Bill de Blasio, the mayor of New York City, and Miguel Cardona, the U.S. education secretary, celebrated the high rates of inoculation against Covid-19 among education workers in the city on the first day that a new vaccination requirement went into effect.

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