Lists are one of the most frequent data structures in Python… so how can we print them in a pretty way? 🙂Read More »Quickie Dev #12: A step-by-step custom Python list-displayer tutorial
“Wait – why is this 3D armature not mirroring properly in Blender?”Read More »Renaming Mixamo rigs with Blender’s Python API
Did you know you can create your own panels in Blender using the Python API?Read More »Creating a custom panel with Blender’s Python API
Did you know that you could program in Blender to automatically create 3D objects and animations?Read More »Generating a procedural solar system with Blender’s Python API
Can you get fast, secure and easy-to-read Python REST APIs? Yes, but not with Flask! This article is also available… Read More »Why I (sometimes) switch from Flask to FastAPI
How can we serve dynamic web pages with a Flask app?Read More »How to serve HTML pages using Flask and Jinja
Do you know how to represent and manipulate time-related variables in Python?Read More »Quickie Dev #11: About time… and Python
In 1952, Alan Turing published an article called The Chemical Basis of Morphogenesis in which he offered an idea as to how reaction-diffusion equations could help explain various biological structures: the spacing of rows of alligator teeth, the spots on cheetahs, the position of leaves on some plants… Beside the article itself that is quite fascinating, it’s interesting to see that today, nearly 70 years later, there is still no scientific consensus on whether to accept or deny his theory.Read More »Why do cheetahs have spots? / Pourquoi les guépards ont-ils des taches ?