ArchiveBox is a powerful self-hosted internet archiving solution written in Python 3. You feed it URLs of pages you want to archive, and it saves them to disk in a varitety of formats depending on the configuration and the content it detects. ArchiveBox can be installed via Docker (recommended) or pip. It works on macOS, Windows, and Linux/BSD (both armv7 and amd64).
Once installed, URLs can be added via the command line archivebox add or the built-in Web UI archivebox server. It can ingest bookmarks from a service like Pocket/Pinboard, your entire browsing history, RSS feeds, or URLs one at a time.
MkDocs is a fast, simple and downright gorgeous static site generator that's geared towards building project documentation. Documentation source files are written in Markdown, and configured with a single YAML configuration file.
Over the years there’s been an explosion in infrastructure platforms and application frameworks that form the foundation of “cloud native.” Modern infrastructure platforms range from container orchestrators such as Kubernetes to serverless platforms aimed at rapid application development. In parallel, shell scripts that administrators used to deploy, configure, and manage these platforms evolved into what is now called Infrastructure as Code (IaC), which formalizes the use of higher level programming languages such as Python or Ruby or purpose-built languages such as HashiCorp’s HCL (through Terraform).
In this post, I'll present the quickest way to get up and running fast, doing analysis on real estate data using Python. We'll make a request to the OpenHouse API, retrieve some data, and then do a quick analysis. You won't need any prior experience beyond basic Python to follow this walkthrough.
In this futuristic picture, Sgt. Jack Ramsey is a charming, rugged policeman who is raising a young son with the help of a robot maid, while risking his life as a specialist in terminating "runaways"--robots that have become killers. Ramsey is placed in charge of the investigation with a new partner, Karen Thompson