BP’s Daily Digest: Python 3.11, Discord Bots, Web3.js, and More | by BP Editors | Apr, 2022

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Programming

Python 3.11 is coming in October 2022. Eldad Uzman offers us a fast sneak peek into the new Python 3.11 features that are coming.

Dockerizing a Go App — and Optimising Its Image Size by Stephen Wayne reveals us how the multi-stage construct has a ~51x enchancment over the single-stage construct.

Anna walks us via the basics of web accessibility to enhance our web sites.

Ruby builders would possibly take pleasure in this fast tip: How to Finish a Method After an Interrupt, Before Exiting by Nick Francisci whereas the basics of Solana development by Alec Chen may encourage Rust builders.

Python

From Functions to Python Package by Arafath Hossain — study from scratch about how you can convert your capabilities into packages and distribute them.

Is Sprint the lacking hyperlink that’ll make Python a full-stack language? Learn Layne Sadler’s opinion on why Dash is deeper than Dashboards.

JavaScript

React 18 is out! Zachary Lee’s article shows a minimal model for implementing asynchronous interruptible updates in 400 lines of code.

Speaking of React 18, Jose Granja reveals how suspense works.

DevOps

Production Outages: The Biggest Test of the DevOps Culture by Meghna Bhave.

Android Dev

Need to bridge the universe between the Composable and View’s lifecycles? Learn Jetpack Compose with Lifecycle-Aware Composables by Stephen Vinouze to know extra.

iOS Dev

With iOS 14, Apple launched the CarPlay framework, a brand new and extra trendy approach to develop CarPlay apps. Pierre-Yves Touzain walks us via the making of a CarPlay audio application.

For SwiftUI lovers, Sarah reveals us how you can build a fun login screen using SwiftUI Materials.

AWS

Catching up with Serverless, test this hands-on tutorial to build a Discord Bot with AWS Lambda + API Gateway.

Unity3D Dev

Chris Hilton is constructing a Unity 3D venture. His Cinemachine and Group Targets in Unity story demonstrates how you can maintain a number of targets within the body.

Web3 Dev

Jennifer Fu has been exploring web3.js. Her newest piece reveals how to use web3.js to interact with the Ethereum Virtual Machine in a Remix working environment.

Need to write sensible contracts with out Solidity? Abhishek Chauhan reveals an implementation of smart contracts using Vyper — a Pythonic programming language.

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