You’ve learned how to write code, but how do you actually launch your website or app?
We’ll walk you through a set of development tools you can use to create and launch real world apps. With these tools, you’ll be well on your way to taking your code live.
Get Wrapped Up
Named after British comedy group Monty Python, the Python language is one of the most popular programming languages. You can install Python from the link below and start turning out projects faster than the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow!
The Django Project is a web framework for the Python language. It’s based around a model-view-controller, much like Ruby on Rails, and makes web development in Python clean and straightforward. If you think Instagram and Pinterest are cool apps, then you should try out Django--it’s the framework they both use.
Think of Pylons as Ruby on Rails for Python. It’s a web framework that provides you with all of the tools you need to get your code up and shared with the world. If you’re wondering where you can see Pylons in action, look no further than Reddit or Digg.
Ever wonder what tools an engineer or scientist might use to do complicated mathematics? SciPy is the answer. This library contains a plethora of algorithmic and mathematical tools that are designed to help you save time and paper when solving complex problems.