Real Python: Use a Flask Blueprint to Architect Your Applications

Flask is a very popular web application framework that leaves almost all design and architecture decisions up to the developer. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how a Flask Blueprint, or Blueprint for short, can help you structure your Flask application by grouping its functionality into reusable components. In this tutorial, you’ll learn: What Flask Blueprints are and how they work How to create and use a Flask Blueprint to organize your code How to improve code reusability using your own or a third-party Flask Blueprint This tutorial assumes that you…

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Recipes for Performance Testing Single Page Applications in WebPageTest

WebPageTest is an online tool and an Open Source project to help developers audit the performance of their websites. As a Web Performance Evangelist at Theodo, I use it every single day. I am constantly amazed at what it offers to the web development community at large and the web performance folks particularly — for free. But things can get difficult pretty quickly when dealing with Single Page Applications — usually written with React, Vue, Svelte or any other front-end framework. How can you get through a log in page?…

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Alerting When Applications Are Slow

We have all had slow and frustrating experiences when interacting with applications! Whether they are websites that are slow to load or applications that take forever to respond, one thing is assured – all users dislike slow experiences. Several studies and stories show how faster applications and websites, that offer better user experiences, are more efficient in achieving desired outcomes. Source

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6 Hibernate Mappings You Should Avoid for High-Performance Applications

The post 6 Hibernate Mappings You Should Avoid for High-Performance Applications appeared first on Thoughts on Java. Hibernate provides lots of mapping features that allow you to map complex domain and table models. But the availability of these features doesn’t mean that you should use them in all of your applications. Some of them might be a great fit for smaller applications that are only used by a few users in parallel. But you should definitely not use them if you need to create a high-performance persistence layer. In this…

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Wuthering Bytes 2019 – building IoT and Industry 4.0 applications using Python

Two days ago, during the fourth day of Wuthering Bytes 2019, we’ve had two fully-packed workshops about building IoT and Industry 4.0 applications using Python, with Zerynth tools. And if you don’t already know, Wuthering Bytes is a tech festival that takes place every summer in a small town in the UK called Hebden Bridge, in West Yorkshire. The festival started on August 30th, and it will last until September 8th. Like we mentioned above, there were two Zerynth workshops. One in the morning, and one in the afternoon. Both…

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Announcing Full Support For PHP Applications

The underlying aim of Plumbr is to help make your software perform faster and become more reliable. The first step in this journey is by understanding where and why your digital services are failing or underperforming. In addition, Plumbr allows you to fully comprehend what your users are really experiencing when interacting with your web applications. We aim to provide these benefits irrespective… Source

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PHP video tutorial 01 – What is PHP ?

PHP video tutorial 01 – What is PHP ? What is PHP? PHP is one of the most popular, open source, server side scripting language meant for developing web applications. Most popular: According to the “survey report” from Around 10 million+ web sites use at least some or other PHP scripts to generate their pages. PHP – 82.6% ASP.NET – 15.1% JAVA (JSP) – 2.6% Many of the world’s largest and fastest growing organizations like Face book, Wikipedia, Flicker, Google, yahoo!, Tumbler, word press, source etc. Open Source:…

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