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List of libraries, tools and APIs for web scraping and data processing.Project mention: A central repository for scrapping scripts | reddit.com/r/webscraping | 2021-02-22
:pencil: Markdown code for lots of small badges :ribbon: :pushpin: (shields.io, forthebadge.com etc) :sunglasses:. Contributions are welcome! Please add yours!Project mention: Como criar um perfil incrível no GitHub? | dev.to | 2021-06-17
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Scout APM: A developer's best friend. Try free for 14-days. Scout APM uses tracing logic that ties bottlenecks to source code so you know the exact line of code causing performance issues and can get back to building a great product faster.
A curated list of awesome Common Lisp frameworks, libraries and other shiny stuff.Project mention: Common Lisp Books | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-06-20
Hunchentoot is the most popular as a server (and I suspect most people wrap their deployment with either nginx or apache) though two frameworks listed on https://github.com/CodyReichert/awesome-cl#web-frameworks worth checking out depending on your preferences are Radiance and Lucerne. Link also has other related web stuff. On the front-end there are a few projects floating around that look to be aimed at replicating some of the concepts and workflows from the ClojureScript world for SPAs but I don't think any of them are really ready.
I'm not sure it's worth it unless you just want to write CL almost exclusively. It's cool to have more variation on different deployment (or even "do it in production") workflows available to fit your tastes, from something like PHP's/CGI's copy/edit files loaded each request, to a more conservative shutdown-deploy-restart cycle, to connecting via SSH and then inspecting/debugging/editing the live program through a forwarded REPL socket in your favorite editor just as if you were doing it locally.
A curated list of awesome MicroPython libraries, frameworks, software and resources.Project mention: Getting past the basics: Libraries, connecting devices, etc | reddit.com/r/esp32 | 2021-07-27
The problem is, everything I can find on using MicroPython on esp32 goes about that far... and stops. I have a lot of questions as an advanced Arduino user, like how to use libraries, especially for accessing devices. In my particular case, I want to hook up an ILI9488 TFT display, temperature/humidity sensor etc, but I can't find any references to that. I found https://awesome-micropython.com/ but even that has a list of random libraries and no explanation of how to install/use/manage libraries. http://docs.micropython.org/en/latest/library/index.html also only talks about the libraries that come with MicroPython.