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How to use Google Drive

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Google Drive is an online file storage service that gives you 15GB of cloud storage for free. You can use it to create documents and store, share folders and files with other people. Get started with Google Drive Step 1: Go to Google drive Step 2: Log in to MyDrive with your email ID Step 3:You’ll see "My Drive,"  Step 4:Create New Folder Goto MyDrive>New folder>Add name to your new folder  Step 5:Drag and Drop your files in your new folder Click on  "MyKnowledge" Folder and drop your files. Step 6:Ensure your files successfully uploaded like below Most Popular Google Products And Services are Google Search Engine ,  Google Chrom ,  Gmail ,  Android ,  YouTube ,  Google Adsense ,  Google Drive For more products and details please visit the official website of google https://about.google/products/

Python - Simple CRUD Web App with Python ,Flask and Mysql

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In this article, we will learn how to build Web Application using PYTHON FLASK and MYSQL that have the capabilities to create, read, update, and delete data from the MYSQL database. More Related Topics, React.js + Python + MongoDB CRUD application Python + MongoDB + Vue.js CRUD Application  Angular10 + Python + MongoDB CRUD application Python-Create a CRUD Restful Service API using FLASK and MYSQL Python-Simple CRUD Web App with Python, Flask, and Mysql Python with MongoDB Atlas - CRUD Technologies used: Python 3 Flask library pymysql library flask-sqlalchemy library Bootstrap Javascript Please go through the following steps in order to implement Python web application CRUD example using Flask and MySQL: Step 1. Create MySQL database table – 'employee' with the following structure. CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `employee` (   `id` bigint(20) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,   `uname` varchar(45) COLLATE utf8_unicode_ci DEFAULT NULL,   `email` varchar(45) COLLATE

Python with MongoDB Atlas - CRUD

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In this article, we will learn how to interact with Python and MongoDB.And we will learn to create, read, update, and delete data from the MongoDB Atlas using python. More Related Topics, React.js + Python + MongoDB CRUD application Python + MongoDB + Vue.js CRUD Application  Angular10 + Python + MongoDB CRUD application Python-Create a CRUD Restful Service API using FLASK and MYSQL Python-Simple CRUD Web App with Python, Flask, and Mysql Python with MongoDB Atlas - CRUD Technologies used: Python 3 Create an Account on MongoDB Atlas Website pymongo[srv] library Please go through the following steps in order to  learn how to interact between Python and MongoDB : Step 1. Create an Account on MongoDB Atlas Create an account on the MongoDB Atlas website if you do not have one already. Go to https://www.mongodb.com/cloud/atlas and click Try Free green button on the top right corner to create an account. Step 2 — Create a Starter Cluster After you log in to your Mo

Python-Create a CRUD Restful Service API using FLASK and MYSQL

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Hello everyone, Today we will learn how to build Restful API with FLASK and MYSQL that have the capabilities to create, read, update, and delete data from the MYSQL database. You can download the source code from our Github repository. Link is provided at the end of this post. More Related Topics, React.js + Python + MongoDB CRUD application Python + MongoDB + Vue.js CRUD Application  Angular10 + Python + MongoDB CRUD application Python-Create a CRUD Restful Service API using FLASK and MYSQL Python-Simple CRUD Web App with Python, Flask, and Mysql Python with MongoDB Atlas - CRUD Technologies used: Python 3 Flask library pymysql library flask-sqlalchemy library Please go through the following steps in order to implement Python Restful API CRUD example using Flask and MySQL: Step 1 . Create MySQL database table – 'employee' with the following structure. CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `employee` ( `id` bigint ( 20 ) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, `uname`

Blade - Java Web Framework -Guide

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Welcome to the new generation MVC framework(Web) The Blade is based on Java8 + Netty4 to create a lightweight, high-performance, simple, and elegant Web framework. Blade Framework is based on the Apache2 License. Features A new generation MVC framework that doesn't depend on other libraries Get rid of SSH's bloated, modular design The source is less than 500kb, learning it is also simple RESTful-style routing design Template engine support, view development more flexible High performance, 100 concurrent qps 20w/s Run the JAR package to open the web service Streams-style API CSRF and XSS defence Basic Auth and Authorization Supports plug-in extensions Support web jars resources Tasks based on cron expressions Built in a variety of commonly used middleware Built-in JSON output JDK8 + Advantages Simplicity: The design is simple, easy to understand, and doesn't introduce many layers between you and the standard library. The goal of this project