After the first article the second is out now. In this article I convert the first example to a self-contained and runnable Spring Boot application with a RESTful endpoint. This is a first step to extend this application to have a UI — with AngularJS for example.
You can find the article here: http://www.codewithc.com/converting-the-sample-application-to-spring-boot/
Seems like the site where I co-author a Python 3 tutorial changed a bit so now these tutorials are missing. So I stop posting the links to them because a 404 is not what you want to see I guess.
This means I have to find the time and add these tutorial articles to this site. So stay tuned and and wish me luck 🙂
The second part of this tutorial is about how to install Python under Windows. That’s because Windows is hard to manage and you have to do extra clicks or configuration to have Python in your Path.
You can read the article here: http://javabeginnerstutorial.com/python-tutorial/how-to-install-python-in-windows-2/
I am co-authoring in a blog a Python tutorial for beginners with the usage of Python 3 (3.5 to be more exact).
You can find the article here: http://javabeginnerstutorial.com/python-tutorial/an-introduction-to-python/