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Need to flash SD cards with the latest Raspbian release? Here you go!
Need to upload a file for use in a project? Don't want to faff with Dropbox, Google Drive, servers? Try Filestack, it might just save you some time.
Get live data for trains, buses, coaches, ferries in the UK using a very cool API and a little JSON knowledge.
It may be late, but this blog post is fresh! Create easy pop ups in any Python project using very little code!
Convert a PDF file to text in Python...and then you can do anything with the text. Even create your own audiobook!
Connect to a serial device, then disconnect, the connect and carry on as if nothing happened!
Need to send a file? All your USB sticks are missing? Use a wormhole!
Make every error pretty with this handy library.
Want to send messages across the world to multiple devices? Well MQTT is what you need
Make IoT applications by linking nodes of code together...
ngrok, is something that you may find useful to expose a development server across the Internet via a secure tunnel. Handy!
Want to learn how to send an SMS via Python and node-RED? Well there is an API for that!
An HDMI 1080p 60fps video capture device that works with Linux, Mac and Windows? Surely the thing of fantasy?!
Need something to desolder lots of components? Don't fancy holding a soldering iron AND a desoldering pump? Don't want to spend lots of money? I got ya!
Get started with Telegram and Python
Need an Arduino Mega, but can't sacrifice the space? Well here is a board that gives us all the pins, but at less than half the size!
Search Wikipedia from Python! Read a randomly suggested page, or search for anything you want!
Get the weather direct to your terminal! Who needs a pretty GUI when we have the command line!
Learn how to check system resources, processes with this really easy Python library.
Bigles...learn a bit more about him!
Learn how to use NASA's API and make your desktop beautiful.
Learn how to send and receive data from Arduino, Adafruit and Python using Serial connections.
Want to remote control the pins of your Arduino using very little tech and money? Well this $2 kit is just for you!
It may be late, but this week's post introduces Python virtual environments. So you can keep your system neat and tidy.