Look, we all know that Google Forms are really convenient and helpful, but their design and limited customization options leave a lot to be desired. If you’re using Google Forms for business, you may prefer Forms for its functionality, but because of its rigid style and limited customization, it can come off as unprofessional.
In this post, I will show you how to:
Create the Google Script that Sends Responses to your Email
Create the HTML
Bonus — Display Responses (Optional)
Step #1: Create the Google Script that Sends Responses to your Email
Create a new Google Sheet, name it…
Hey everyone! I’ve got a short post for you today on how to create your own unfollower bot to search for and unfollow people who don’t follow you on Instagram, and at a pace that will not get your account banned.
I wanted to make my own bot for this even though there are plenty of apps that do this. However, you can never be sure how secure these apps and websites are or what they do with your login information. So to avoid getting hacked, with a little knowledge of Python, you can make your own bot. …
This is Part 2 of an ongoing series where I build a flash card app for Chinese characters for Android using Kivy. Part 1 can be found here.
I initially wanted to begin the tutorial with a brief introduction to Kivy and a guide for installation. However, there are so many resources out there to help you get set up, I feel like I would be rehashing a topic that’s been covered better than I could explain it. So, instead, I’ll drop two of the videos I’ve used.
This post is going to be part of an ongoing series I’m doing that’s centrally focused on designing and deploying a simple flash card app for Android(later maybe iOS) using Python. So, if you’re interested in learning Kivy, which is a cross-platform Python framework for natural user interface (NUI) development, stay tuned. But first, a quick detour, as before I actually started building the app, I had to find a database that could provide all of the Chinese characters I needed, and a quick and reliable way to integrate that database.
If you didn’t know already, Beautiful Soup…
Non-CS major coming up with fun coding projects with real-world application.