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Deploying a Python Text Analytics App with Flask, uWSGI and Nginx

This is a continuation from Building a Text Analytics App in Python with Flask, Requests, BeautifulSoup, and TextBlob and will focus on deploying the previously built app to a cloud hosted Ubuntu LTS v18 server. For this article I will be running the Flask app within the Web Server Gateway Interface (WSGI) compliant Python application server known as uWSGI. The Flask app / uWSGI server will sit behind an Nginx web server which serves static content plus reverse proxy non-static requests to uWSGI

Building a Text Analytics App in Python with Flask, Requests, BeautifulSoup, and TextBlob

This article introduces how to build a Python and Flask based web application for performing text analytics on internet resources such as blog pages. To perform text analytics I will utilizing Requests for fetching web pages, BeautifulSoup for parsing html and extracting the viewable text and, apply the TextBlob package to calculate a few sentiment scores.

Beginner's Guide to Gradle for Java Developers

In this tutorial I will be describing how to get up and going quickly with Gradle demonstrating what I feel are the most important concepts and features needed as a Java developer just gettings started with Gradle. Gradle is a powerful, ultra flexible, build system popular in the Java (or more broadly JVM based) development ecosystem. Gradle has many amazing features such as dependency management, build configurations and tasks, with core as well as third party plugins and lots more.

How To Clone Java Collections with Streams

This How To features using streams in the Java programming language to make "safe" deep clones of collections of objects.The cloning (aka, copying) of objects in Java has been an arduous task since its inception. Partly due to the way the `Object#clone` method was designed then oddly paired with the `Cloneable` interface and also complicated by the way reference types, or objects, work in concert with collections in OOP based languages.