Real Time Linux Server Monitoring with Node.js Socket.io and D3.js



In this article I will describe how you can visualize the real time Memory and CPU usage of a Linux Server using Socket.io and D3.js gauges.

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Buidling a database driven RESTFUL JSON API in Python 3 with Flask Flask-Restful and SQLAlchemy



In this tutorial I will be describing how you can quickly build a simple database driven Create,  Read,  Update and Delete JSON API in Python 3 with  Flask and it’s extensions namely Flask-Restful and Flask-SQLAlchemy.

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JSON web token authentication with Flask and Angularjs



JSON  web tokens  (JWT)  are a mechanism in which a  token is used instead of a username/password to authenticate  API users.  Token's are  more secure because they can contain a scope ( Access Level) and an Expiry. Thus in case of a compromise the attacker has very limited access to your data. They can also be encrypted and stored on  the client side.

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Continuously deploying your Flask/Python code to your Linux production server with GitHub webhooks



In this article I will describe how you can deploy your Flask or python code in your GitHub Repository to your Linux production server as soon as you have committed a change.

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Many to Many Relationships with Flask-SQLALchemy

In my earlier post I described how to create  a One to Many relationship with Flask-SQLAlchemy . In this post I will describe how to create a Many to Many relationship with Flask-SQLAlcehmy .

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