Posted on 2019-11-18T09:42:21Z by Kevin Foong
This is the second part of my earlier Flask / TinyMCE tutorial. See the first part here.
In this blog post I will outline the steps I used to save a thumbnail version of any image I upload to my post. Here I used the very useful Pillow (Python Imaging Library) library.
Posted on 2019-11-18T08:49:23Z by Kevin Foong
Using Python to analyse a dataset on Premier League soccer matches around the metrics of "possession" and "matches won", reveals some interesting findings. This is a previous assignment I did for my Udacity Nanodegree in Data Analysis.
In season 2015/2016 Leicester City won the league at starting odds of 5000-1. Their possession stats (number of matches where they had more possession than the opposition) put them 3rd from bottom, but then we can deduce that perhaps they were also a lethal counter-attacking side.
Posted on 2019-04-30T04:33:47Z by Kevin Foong
In this post I will run through process of setting up the TinyMCE editor with Flask. TinyMCE is a great WYSIWYG editor and suitable for things like blog posts. It also enables you to upload images directly into your text.
Follow the instructions below to set up TinyMCE as a local download.