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How to Run a Python Script: A Practical Guide for Beginners

In this comprehensive guide, we will show you different methods to run a Python script and address common errors encountered by beginners.

Beautiful Soup Tutorial: How To Use the find_all() and find() Methods

Beautiful Soup provides simple methods like find_all() and find() for navigating, searching, and modifying an HTML/XML parse tree. This article will show you how to use them to extract information from HTML/XML.

The Beginner's Guide to Using ChatGPT API in Python (4 Code Examples)

In this article, we'll look at some examples to learn how to use the ChatGPT API in Python, such as summarizing text, creating a custom chatbot, translating text, and analyzing user sentiment.

Web Scraping with ChatGPT API and Browserbear (Python Example)

ChatGPT's web browsing feature is exclusive to ChatGPT Plus subscribers. If you want to extract information from a URL using its API, there is an alternative solution. Let's learn how to do it with Browserbear and use ChatGPT 4 to perform tasks on the data in Python.

How to Make a QR Code for a Google Form Automatically Using Google Apps Script

Do you know you can automatically create QR codes for Google Forms without a QR code generator and get them sent to your email? Learn how from this article.

How to Create an API in 4 Easy Steps (with Code Example in Python)

APIs have become a fundamental component of mobile and web application development. Learn how to create your own API in 4 steps.

API Integration 101: A Comprehensive Guide for Developers

API integration allows you to effortlessly exchange data and leverage the functionalities of existing applications/systems without starting from scratch. This article will show everything you need to know about API integration.

How to Auto-Generate Multilingual Images for React Apps with i18n Internationalization Using Bannerbear

For indie hackers and solopreneurs, the task of translating content, including text on images, can feel overwhelming. In this article, we’ll introduce a method to automatically generate images with text in multiple languages for React applications.

Mastering XPath: Using the “following-sibling” and “preceding-sibling” Axes

The “following-sibling” and “preceding-sibling” axes in XPath allow you to traverse the HTML/XML document sideways to find the siblings of the current element. Let’s learn with some practical examples that can be used in Selenium.

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