How to Create Wavy Shapes & Patterns in CSS

How to Create Wavy Shapes & Patterns in CSS

The wave is probably one of the most difficult shapes to make in CSS. We always try to approximate it with properties like border-radius and lots of magic numbers until we get something that feels kinda close. And that’s before … How to Create Wavy Shapes & Patterns in CSS originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
Pandas DataFrame from Dict

Pandas DataFrame from Dict

Dictionaries in Python are data structures responsible for storing values as keys and values. To manipulate data for machine learning tasks, you must convert dictionaries to pandas dataframes. The from_dict() function is used to create a DataFrame from an array-like dict or a dict of dicts. ...
Python Exit Codes

Python Exit Codes

Sys.exit() allows you to set an exit code for a process and the exit code attribute on the multiprocessing.Process class will enable you to access the exit code. In this article, you will learn how to get and set exit codes for processes in Python. ...
Interpolating Numeric CSS Variables

Interpolating Numeric CSS Variables

We can make variables in CSS pretty easily: :root { --scale: 1; } And we can declare them on any element: .thing { transform: scale(--scale); } Even better for an example like this is applying the variable on a user … Interpolating Numeric CSS Variables originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
Elif Python with examples

Elif Python with examples

The elif statement allows you to test multiple expressions and run a piece of code when one of the conditions is true. The elif statement, like else, is optional. In contrast to other statements, which can only have one, an if can have an arbitrary amount of elif statements following it. ...
Using Grid Named Areas to Visualize (and Reference) Your Layout

Using Grid Named Areas to Visualize (and Reference) Your Layout

Whenever we build simple or complex layouts using CSS Grid, we’re usually positioning items with line numbers. Grid layouts contain grid lines that are automatically indexed with positive and negative line numbers (that is unless we explicitly name them). … Using Grid Named Areas to Visualize (and Reference) Your Layout originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...