Django Blog Series (I)
After learning Python for so long, I finally got to the Django framework. This can be said to be python's most famous web framework, so from today on, we will start to install the Django framework to use step-by-step learning. This series of blogs will not be as watery as the front end (flag), hoping to become a h ...
Posted by richclever on Mon, 06 May 2019 13:05:03 +0200
Python A standard module library is attached and described in a separate document Python library reference (hereinafter referred to as "library reference"). Some modules are built into interpreters; they provide access to operations that are not part of the language core but are still built in to improve efficiency or provide access t ...
Posted by tpl41803 on Mon, 06 May 2019 02:40:02 +0200
npm is to Node.js, just as pip is to Python, gem is to Ruby, and pear is to PHP.npm is the official package management tool provided by Node.js. It has become the standard platform for Node.js package publishing, dissemination and dependency control. npm provides command-line tools to make it easy to download, install, upgrade, ...
Posted by SBro on Sun, 05 May 2019 23:40:02 +0200
Today we are going to learn collision detection. Most games need to do collision detection because you need to know whether the ball collided, whether the bullet hit the target, whether the protagonist stepped on the shit.
How should that be achieved?
To put it bluntly, the principle is simple, that is, to detect whether there i ...
Posted by TreeNode on Sun, 05 May 2019 15:48:04 +0200
Python's most frequently used scenarios are web rapid development, crawler, automated operation and maintenance: writing simple websites, writing automatic posting scripts, writing email scripts, writing simple verification code identification scripts.
Reptiles also have a lot of reuse in the development process. Here's a summ ...
Posted by markwillis82 on Sun, 05 May 2019 11:08:04 +0200