SQLite and Python 3.6 are fast enough for me on many projects. However, I was curious just how fast I could process, and insert, a large number of records into a SQLite database using Python. So lets start with the
NOSql solutions (object databases, graph databases, document databases, column store etc. ) have been around for several years becoming mature and stable. I’m discovering many NoSQL solutions I tried early in the trend; years ago, are now defunct. One first
I have published a new project to GitHub. This is a web based version of the existing TKinter desktop address book. Address Book on GitHub. The general idea is a stand-alone browser based version that runs on CherryPy and Python
I am pleased to announce that I have published another release for my address book application. Please see Addressbook 1.0.1
While you are here please visit my latest project: Addressbook 184.108.40.206 a Python 3.4 based desktop application developed on Linux.