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So far Timothy Mugayi has created 8 blog entries.

How to integrate interactive voice response into Django with Twilio

By | 2017-06-27T11:41:11+00:00 June 18th, 2017|Django|

We have all heard those automated voice recorders at one point or other perhaps when making a call to the bank or a support hotline. What tends to happen when you make the call to such an institution is you are greeted with an automated voice recorder which would sound something like “Welcome to CompanyA

Upload and stream multipart content with Nodejs

By | 2017-06-02T21:13:13+00:00 June 2nd, 2017|Node.js|

Getting started with streaming your uploaded content is pretty straight forward in Node js. In this example below, we will be taking a look at how you can achieve this using request.js a pretty nifty HTTP request utility that should be a must have in your utility belt. That's if you're going to be using Node js

Awesome WordPress themes to launch your Startup

By | 2017-06-26T12:15:20+00:00 May 7th, 2017|wordpress|

So you have finally decided to create your first website to build your online presence or help promote your startup, web or mobile applications, whatever reason it may be it's vital to ensure you select the right platform that enables to show case your brand products in the best professional way possible. With the wide

6 Cool out of the box things you can create using Node.js

By | 2017-04-30T00:07:26+00:00 April 30th, 2017|Node.js|

If you haven’t heard of node.js means you have been tucked away in a silo somewhere while the rest of the i.t world has been churning on at a rapid pace. Node.js is an open-source server-side runtime environment built on Google Chrome’s JavaScript V8 Engine. It’s the old wrapped in new. The good old client-side

Prettify Django with Beautiful Charts

By | 2017-04-26T14:39:05+00:00 March 29th, 2017|Django|

As trends move towards data science and users need better ways to understand their data. Then it’s more than likely at some point in your coding endeavors, you may be tasked with having to add data visualization and insights to your Django projects. The thought of it may seem complex, but fear not it’s not as

Running a standalone django python script

By | 2017-04-26T12:58:08+00:00 March 21st, 2017|Django|

They are 2 ways you can run Django as a standalone script. The first approach leverages on WSGI while the second approach uses Django admin commands by registering your own custom actions within manage.py. Why might you want to do this? In some instances they might be a need to run a script that performs