Learn how to keep your API keys secure and organized in Python projects. This easy guide walks you through setting up environment variables in virtual environments, so you can share your code without worries.
I’ve been using Hugo for my personal website, ajot.me, since migrating from Ghost, and I’ve really liked it thus far.
The 2023 Cricket World Cup is in full swing, and like many fans, I wanted to keep track of the points table.
I recently moved my website from Ghost to Hugo. Ghost provides a built-in export function for content in JSON format (found in Labs under Settings), but it doesn’t have a media library UI or a media export function.
While reviewing my week in Day One, I like to kick things off with a heading that reads something like "
I wanted to cycle through and fix all spelling errors in a VS Code markdown file.
I recently built my very first app using ChatGPT's API.
Just followed @greggyb's super helpful guide to write my first ChatGPT app that queries a PDF sitting in a Google Drive.
As someone who loves experimenting with Python libraries and APIs, starting new projects quickly is important.
I had a bunch of todos in the Things app that I wanted to move to my notes.
So, I wanted to customize the number of posts displayed per page on my Ghost CMS website using the Dawn theme.
So, I got tired of adding `.DS_Store` to every git repo on my Mac. I was pretty sure there would be a better way to handle this on a global way on my Mac, so I don't have to do this for every repo.
Woke up to a 504 error this morning. It's hosted on Digital Ocean, so I reached out to support, which wasn't very helpful.
I've been playing around with warp.dev, which is a new terminal app for Mac (Windows coming soon it looks like) with a focus on improving developer productivity.
This answer on Reddit helped troubleshoot. I just commented everything, and it made the load lightening fast.
Adding an alias to zshrc file Wanted to add an alias to quickly open Sublime Text editor from the command line.
Now that I am playing around a bit more frequently with APIs, especially Twitter’s v2 API, and Airtable’s API, I have found myself playing around a lot more with Postman.
I have known of Postman for a while now - it's a tool you can use to explore and test APIs.
Saw this Quick Start guide on Canva's developer portal that walks you through creating a content extension for Canva's users.
I recently went throught the process to put my side project howbigisthebaby.io on Digital Ocean's new app platform, and wanted to document it in case anyone else found it helpful (or atleast me revisiting this later).
I recently saw a tweet that it's a good idea to have a CTA at the end of each article.
I had written a bunch of short essays as part of Ship30for30 challenge over the summer.
It took me some time. Fine, it took me a few years, but I finally got around to creating my first iOS app, using SwiftUI.
Here's the Apple script that will get the track information from Spotify for the current track.
Just setup Ghost on this website (ajot.me). Had been running a home grown version of Flask + Flask-Frozen for a couple years.
Been meaning to write this post for my future self, who’s invariably going to forget the steps to set up Django on a new machine.