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.
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. So, here are the steps to how to set up your first Django web app.
I am always looking for ways to speed up the development workflows when it comes to “getting started” with something, and then making it easy to “run”, and “deploy” the code. I’ve found the Alexa Command Line Interface tool to be super helpful in speeding up the workflow to create and update Alexa Skills.
As a developer, every day we interact with remote APIs and web servers. Almost all services we consume on the internet today are available in the form of an API - weather forecasts, geolocation services, Twitter feeds, and so on. In this post, I will show you how you can get external data from an external API from an Alexa Skill using Python 3.
In this tutorial, I will show you how you can use the Alexa Command Line Interface package to create a new Alexa skill.