A blog post on how to automate Sphinx documentation deployment to Github Pages via Travis-CI.
Please note this does not cover how to work with Sphinx, how to write your documentation, how to use travis-ci.com website, how to program, etc — this is just a blog post of something I had to figure out for a personal project that might be of help for someone on the internet.
I did this for a project of mine called
httpsuite and it worked extremely well — so well, in matter fact, that I’ll likely be no longer using ReadTheDocs for future projects…
Sometimes the easiest way to learn is by doing it. Quick and dirty step-by-step of running a Flask application inside a Docker container — an article I wish someone had taken 10 minutes of their day to write.
Please note this does not cover installing Docker, programming in Python, understanding Flask, and so on. When running publicly rather than in development, you should not use the built-in development server — this is just a blog post of something I had to figure out for a personal project that might be of help for someone on the internet. 🙏🏼
As interest continues to fluntuate on the topic of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency, there is an increasing number of investors that are completely dubious to the “under-the-hood” mechanics of the technology. While a ‘complex’ understanding is typically left for the software-engineers and experts alike, a dumb-downed version can easily explain all the intricate complexities of Bitcoins.
That is what this article will concentrate on. Explaining Bitcoin a bit further from the usual “it’s a ledger… kept by everyone!” notion.
The magic behind Bitcoin is not hard to explain, but for the bigger picture to be understood there ought to be an…
No hidden agendas, just personal opinions.