Mike  Kozey

Mike Kozey

1661891460

Gen_export: A Library for Dart Developers

gen_export

A library for Dart developers.

Created from templates made available by Stagehand under a BSD-style license.

Usage

A simple usage example:

import 'package:gen_export/gen_export.dart';

main() {
  var awesome = new Awesome();
}

Use this package as an executable

Install it

You can install the package from the command line:

dart pub global activate gen_export

Use it

The package has the following executables:

$ genexp
$ genlib
$ gentr

Installing

Use this package as a library

Depend on it

Run this command:

With Dart:

 $ dart pub add gen_export

With Flutter:

 $ flutter pub add gen_export

This will add a line like this to your package's pubspec.yaml (and run an implicit dart pub get):

dependencies:
  gen_export: ^1.1.22

Alternatively, your editor might support dart pub get or flutter pub get. Check the docs for your editor to learn more.

Import it

Now in your Dart code, you can use:

import 'package:gen_export/gen_export.dart';

example/lib/gen_export_example.dart

// This file is automatically generated by tools.
// To update all exports inside project
// run :
// genexp

export 'anu/anu.exports.dart';
export 'dependencies.dart';
export 'gen_export_example_library.dart';
export 'localizations/localizations.exports.dart';
export 'src/src.exports.dart';

Features and bugs

Please file feature requests and bugs at the issue tracker.

Original article source at: https://pub.dev/packages/gen_export 

#flutter #dart #export 

Gen_export: A Library for Dart Developers
Rupert  Beatty

Rupert Beatty

1657907580

MySQL Workbench Export Laravel 5 Migrations Plugin

MySQL Workbench Export Laravel 5 Migrations Plugin

A MySQL Workbench plugin that allows for exporting a model to Laravel 5 migrations that follow PSR-2 coding standards. When exported, each migration is generated and saved in it's own, properly named, migration file.

Version

0.1.5

Tech

This plugin requires MySQL Workbench to work properly.

And of course this plugin is open source with a public repository on GitHub.

Installation

  • MySQL Workbench > Scripting > Install Plugin/Module
  • Select the plugin file
  • Click Open

Usage

  • Open a model in MySQL Workbench
  • Tools > Catalog > Export Laravel 5 Migration

Development

Want to contribute? Great!

Thanks

Thanks to all that have and continue to contribute to this project.

Extra thanks to VeeeneX for all the great PRs!

Todos

  • Types that are unsupported by Laravel

Author: Beckenrode
Source Code: https://github.com/beckenrode/mysql-workbench-export-laravel-5-migrations 
License: MIT license

#laravel #mysql #export 

MySQL Workbench Export Laravel 5 Migrations Plugin
Hermann  Frami

Hermann Frami

1654025880

Serverless Export Env Plugin

⚡️ Serverless Export Env Plugin 

About

The Serverless Framework offers a very powerful feature: You can reference AWS resources anywhere from within your serverless.yml and it will automatically resolve them to their respective values during deployment. However, this only works properly once your code is deployed to AWS. The Serverless Export Env Plugin extends the Serverless Framework's built-in variable solution capabilities by adding support many additional CloudFormation intrinsic functions (Fn::GetAtt, Fn::Join, Fn::Sub, etc.) as well as variable references (AWS::Region, AWS::StackId, etc.).

The Serverless Export Env Plugin helps solve two main use cases:

  1. It will automatically hook into the sls invoke local and sls offline start (see Serverless Offline Plugin) and help resolve your environment variables. This is fully transparent to your application and other plugins.
  2. Invoke sls export-env from the command line to generate a .env file on your local filesystem. Then use a library such as dotenv to import it into your code, e.g. during local integration tests.

Usage

Add the npm package to your project:

# Via yarn
$ yarn add arabold/serverless-export-env --dev

# Via npm
$ npm install arabold/serverless-export-env --save-dev

Add the plugin to your serverless.yml. It should be listed first to ensure it can resolve your environment variables before other plugins see them:

plugins:
  - serverless-export-env

That's it! You can now call sls export-env in your terminal to generate the .env file. Or, you can run sls invoke local -f FUNCTION or sls offline start to run your code locally as usual.

Examples

sls export-env

This will export all project-wide environment variables into a .env file in your project root folder.

sls export-env --function MyFunction --filename .env-MyFunction

This will export environment variables of the MyFunction Lambda function into a .env-MyFunction file in your project root folder.

Referencing CloudFormation resources

As mentioned before, the Serverless Framework allows you to reference AWS resources anywhere from within your serverless.yml and it will automatically resolve them to their respective values during deployment. However, Serverless' built-in variable resolution is limited and will not always work when run locally. The Serverless Export Env Plugin extends this functionality and automatically resolves commonly used intrinsic functions and initializes your local environment properly.

Supported instrinsic functions

  • Condition Functions
    • Fn::And
    • Fn::Equals
    • Fn::If
    • Fn::Not
    • Fn::Or
  • Fn::FindInMap
  • Fn::GetAtt
  • Fn::GetAZs
  • Fn::Join
  • Fn::Select
  • Fn::Split
  • Fn::Sub (at the moment only key-value map subtitution is supported)
  • Fn::ImportValue
  • Ref

Examples

provider:
  environment:
    S3_BUCKET_URL:
      Fn::Join:
        - ""
        - - https://s3.amazonaws.com/
          - Ref: MyBucket

Or the short version:

provider:
  environment:
    S3_BUCKET_URL: !Join ["", [https://s3.amazonaws.com/, Ref: MyBucket]]

You can then access the environment variable in your code the usual way (e.g. process.env.S3_BUCKET_URL).

Configuration

The plugin supports various configuration options under custom.export-env in your serverless.yml file:

custom:
  export-env:
    filename: .env
    overwrite: false
    enableOffline: true

Configuration Options

OptionDefaultDescription
filename.envTarget file name where to write the environment variables to, relative to the project root.
enableOfflinetrueEvaluate the environment variables when running sls invoke local or sls offline start.
overwritefalseOverwrite the file even if it exists already.
refMap{}Mapping of resource resolutions for the Ref function
getAttMap{}Mapping of resource resolutions for the Fn::GetAtt function
importValueMap{}Mapping of resource resolutions for the Fn::ImportValue function

Custom Resource Resolution

The plugin will try its best to resolve resource references like Ref, Fn::GetAtt, and Fn::ImportValue for you. However, sometimes this might fail, or you might want to use mocked values instead. In those cases, you can override those values using the refMap, getAttMap, and importValueMap options.

  • refMap takes a mapping of resource name to value pairs.
  • getAttMap takes a mapping of resource name to attribute/value pairs.
  • importValueMap takes a mapping of import name to value pairs.
custom:
  export-env:
    refMap:
      # Resolve `!Ref MyDynamoDbTable` as `mock-myTable`
      MyDynamoDbTable: "mock-myTable"
    getAttMap:
      # Resolve `!GetAtt MyElasticSearchInstance.DomainEndpoint` as `localhost:9200`
      MyElasticSearchInstance:
        DomainEndpoint: "localhost:9200"
    importValueMap:
      # Resolve `!ImportValue MyLambdaFunction` as `arn:aws:lambda:us-east-2::function:my-lambda-function`
      MyLambdaFunction: "arn:aws:lambda:us-east-2::function:my-lambda-function"

👉 Generally, it is recommended to avoid the use of intrinsic functions in your environment variables. Often, the same can be achieved by simply predefining a resource name and then manually construct the desired variable values. To share resources between different Serverless services, check out the ${cf:stackName.outputKey} variable resolution mechanism.

Command-Line Options

Running sls export-env will, by default, only export global environment variables into your .env file (those defined under provider.environment in your serverless.yml). If you want to generate the .env file for a specific function, pass the function name as a command-line argument as follows:

sls export-env --function hello --filename .env-hello
OptionDescription
filenameTarget filename where to write the environment variables to, relative to the project root.
overwriteOverwrite the file even if it exists already.
functionName of a function for which to generate the .env file.
allMerge environment variables of all functions into a single .env file.

Provided lifecycle events

  • export-env:collect - Collect environment variables from Serverless
  • export-env:resolve - Resolve CloudFormation references and import variables
  • export-env:apply - Set environment variables when testing Lambda functions locally
  • export-env:write - Write environment variables to file

Migrating from 1.x to 2.x

  • Running sls invoke local or sls offline start will no longer create or update your .env file. If you want to create an .env file, simply run sls export-env instead.
  • By default, the plugin will no longer overwrite any existing .env file. To enable overwriting existing files, either specify --overwrite in the command-line or set the custom.export-env.overwrite configuration option.
  • Resource Outputs values (resources.Resources.Outputs.*) are no longer getting exported automatically. This has always been a workaround and causes more problems than it solved. The plugin will try its best to resolve Fn::GetAtt and other references for you now, so there should be little need for the old behavior anymore. Add the desired value as an environment variable to provider.environment instead.
  • Running sls export-env will no longer merge the environment variables of all functions into a single .env file. Instead, pass the name of the desired function as --function argument to the command line. If no function name is specified, only project-wide environment variables will get exported. To bring back the old behavior, pass --all in command line and it will generate a file including all environment variables of all functions. However, please be aware that the behavior is undefined if functions use conflicting values for the same environment variable name.
  • The configuration options filename and pathFromRoot have been merged to filename now. You can specify relative paths in filename such as ./dist/.env now. Make sure the target folder exists!

Releases

2.1.0

  • Compatibility with Serverless v3.x
  • Updated dependencies minor versions

2.0.0

  • Removed optimistic variable resolution for Fn::GetAtt as it was not working properly and caused hard to solve issues. If you rely on Fn::GetAtt in your environment variables, define a custom resolution using the getAttMap configuration option.

alpha.1

  • Added --all command line parameter to merge the environment variables of all functions into a single .env file. Please note that the behavior is undefined if functions use conflicting values for the same environment variable name.

alpha.0

  • Complete rewrite of the variable resolver. We use the amazing cfn-resolver-lib lib now. This allows us to support not only Ref and Fn::ImportValue as in previous releases, but we're able to resolve the most commonly used intrinsic functions automatically now.

1.x Releases

1.4.4

  • Reverted changes in 1.4.1. Unfortunately, we broke the semver contract by introducing a breaking feature in a patch update. This feature needs to be rethought and added back in a 1.5.x release as optional. Until then, I had to remove it again.

1.4.3

  • Internal version (not published)

1.4.2

  • Fixed some compatibility issues with the latest Serverless framework release. Thanks to pgrzesik for the necessary updates.

1.4.1

  • Disabled calls to the real aws infrastructure when running with Serverless Offline. Thanks to marooned071 for the contribution.

1.4.0

  • Collect and set resource values from actual Cloud Formation stack output. Thanks to andersquist for his contribution!
  • Fix error when serverless.yml doesn't contain a custom section. Thanks to michael-wolfenden!

1.3.1

  • Explicitly set environment variables during local invocation of the Lambda (sls invoke local)

1.3.0

  • Support different output filename and path. Thanks to philiiiiiipp.
  • Export Outputs as environment variables. Thanks to lielran.
  • Updated to latest dependencies

1.2.0

  • Use operating-system-specific end-of-line when creating .env file

1.1.3

  • Fixed an issue with AWS::AccountId being resolved as [Object Promise] instead of the actual value.

1.1.2

  • Fixed an issue with CloudFormation resources not being resolved properly if the stack has more than 100 resources or exports.

1.1.1

  • Fix issue with multiple environment variables for function (thanks to @Nevon).

1.1.0

  • Support Fn::Join operation (contribution by @jonasho)
  • Support pseudo parameters AWS::Region, AWS::AccountId, AWS::StackId and AWS::StackName.

1.0.2

  • The plugin now properly resolves and sets the environment variables if a Lambda function is invoked locally (sls invoke local -f FUNCTION). This allows seamless as if the function would be deployed on AWS.

1.0.1

  • Corrected plugin naming
  • Improved documentation

1.0.0

  • This is the initial release with all basic functionality

Author: Arabold
Source Code: https://github.com/arabold/serverless-export-env 
License: MIT license

#serverless #aws #export #env 

Serverless Export Env Plugin

Jazigo: A tool Written in Go for Retrieving Configuration

Jazigo

Jazigo is a tool written in Go for retrieving configuration for multiple devices, similar to rancid, fetchconfig, oxidized, Sweet.

Installation and usage are supposed to be dead simple. If you hit any surprising difficulty, please report.

Features

  • Written in Go. Single executable file. No runtime dependency.
  • Straightforward usage: run the binary then point browser to web UI. Default settings should work out-of-the-box.
  • Tool configuration is automatically saved as YAML. However one is NOT supposed to edit configuration file directly.
  • Spawns multiple concurrent lightweight goroutines to quickly handle large number of devices.
  • Very easy to add support for new platforms. See the Cisco IOS model as example.
  • Backup files can be accessed from web UI.
  • See file differences directly from the web UI.
  • Support for SSH and TELNET.
  • Can directly store backup files into AWS S3 bucket.
  • Can call an external program and collect its output.

Requirements

Quick Start - Short version

This is how to boot up Jazigo very quickly:

With Go Modules (starting from Go 1.11)

git clone https://github.com/udhos/jazigo ;# clone outside of GOPATH
cd jazigo
go install ./jazigo
mkdir etc repo log
JAZIGO_HOME=$PWD ~/go/bin/jazigo

Without Go Modules (before Go 1.11)

go get github.com/udhos/jazigo
cd ~/go/src/github.com/udhos/jazigo
./build.sh
mkdir etc repo log
JAZIGO_HOME=$PWD ~/go/bin/jazigo

Quick Start - Detailed version

Installation and usage are supposed to be dead simple. If you hit any surprising difficulty, please report.

If you want to build from source code, start from step 1.

If you downloaded the executable binary file, start from step 5.

1. Setup GOPATH as usual

Example:

#export GOPATH=~/go ;# starting from Go 1.8, GOPATH is no longer required
mkdir ~/go

2. Get dependencies

go get github.com/icza/gowut/gwu
go get github.com/udhos/lockfile
go get github.com/udhos/equalfile
go get github.com/udhos/difflib
go get gopkg.in/yaml.v2
go get golang.org/x/crypto/ssh
go get github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go

3. Get source code

go get github.com/udhos/jazigo

4. Compile and install

go install github.com/udhos/jazigo/jazigo

5. Decide where to store config, backup, log and static www files

Example:

export JAZIGO_HOME=$HOME/jazigo
mkdir $JAZIGO_HOME
cd $JAZIGO_HOME
mkdir etc repo log www

Hint: By default, Jazigo looks for directories 'etc', 'repo', 'log', and 'www' under $JAZIGO_HOME. If left undefined, JAZIGO_HOME defaults to /var/jazigo. See command line options to fine tune filesystem locations.

6. Copy static files (CSS and images) to $JAZIGO_HOME/www

Example:

# If you have downloaded jazigo using 'go get':
cp ~/go/src/github.com/udhos/jazigo/www/* $JAZIGO_HOME/www

# Otherwise get static files from https://github.com/udhos/jazigo/tree/master/www
cd $JAZIGO_HOME/www
wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/udhos/jazigo/master/www/fail-small.png
wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/udhos/jazigo/master/www/ok-small.png
wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/udhos/jazigo/master/www/jazigo.css
wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/udhos/jazigo/master/www/GitHub-Mark-32px.png

7. Run jazigo once (see -runOnce option)

$GOPATH/bin/jazigo -runOnce

Watch messages logged to standard output for errors.

Hint: Since root privileges are usually not needed, run Jazigo as a regular user.

8. Run jazigo forever

$GOPATH/bin/jazigo -disableStdoutLog

9. Open the web interface

Point web browser at: http://localhost:8080/jazigo

Global Settings

You might want to adjust global settings. See the Jazigo admin window under http://localhost:8080/jazigo/admin.

maxconfigfiles: 120
holdtime: 12h0m0s
scaninterval: 10m0s
maxconcurrency: 20
maxconfigloadsize: 10000000

maxconfigfiles: This option limits the amount of files stored per device. When this limit is reached, older files are discarded.

holdtime: When a successful backup is saved for a device, the software will only contact that specific device again after expiration of the 'holdtime' timer.

scaninterval: The interval between two device table scans. If the device table is fully processed before the 'scaninterval' timer, the software will wait idly for the next scan cycle. If the full table scan takes longer than 'scaninterval', the next cycle will start immediately.

maxconcurrency: This option limits the number of concurrent backup jobs. You should raise this value if you need faster scanning of all devices. Keep in mind that if your devices use a centralized authentication system (for example, Cisco Secure ACS), the authentication server might become a bottleneck for high concurrency.

maxconfigloadsize: This limit puts restriction into the amount of data the tool loads from a file to memory. Intent is to protect the servers' memory from exhaustion while trying to handle multiple very large configuration files.

Importing Many Devices

You can use the Web UI to add devices, but it is not designed for importing a large number of devices.

The easiest way to include many devices is by using the command line option -deviceImport.

1. Build a device table using this format:

$ cat table.txt
#
# model   id   hostport      transports username password enable-password
#
cisco-ios lab1 router1905lab telnet     san      fran     sanjose
cisco-ios lab2 router3925lab telnet     san      fran     sanjose
junos     auto ex4200lab     ssh,telnet backup   juniper1 not-used
junos     auto 1.1.1.1:2222  ssh        backup   juniper1 not-used
$

Hint: The device id must be unique. You can generate a meaningful device id manually as you like. You can also let Jazigo create id's automatically by specifying the special id auto.

2. Then load the table with the option -deviceImport:

$ $GOPATH/bin/jazigo -deviceImport < table.txt

Using AWS S3

Quick recipe for using S3 bucket:

1. Create a bucket 'bucketname' on AWS region 'regionname'.

2. Authorize the client to access the bucket

An usual way is to create an IAM user, add key/secret, and put those credentials into ~/.aws/credentials:

$ cat ~/.aws/credentials
[default]
aws_access_key_id = key
aws_secret_access_key = secret

3. Run jazigo pointing its config and repository paths to S3 bucket ARN:

S3 bucket ARN: arn:aws:s3:regionname::bucketname/foldername

# Example
ARN=arn:aws:s3:regionname::bucketname/foldername
$GOPATH/bin/jazigo -configPathPrefix=$ARN/etc/jazigo.conf. -repositoryPath=$ARN/repo

Hint: You could point config and repository to distinct buckets.

Calling an external program

You can use the pseudo model run to call an external program to collect custom configuration.

Create a device using the model run, then specify the program arguments in the attribute runprog:

Example:

# This example calls: /bin/bash -c "env | egrep ^JAZIGO_"
runprog:
- /bin/bash
- -c
- env | egrep ^JAZIGO_

The external program invoked by the model run will receive its device authentication credentials as environment variables:

JAZIGO_DEV_ID=deviceid
JAZIGO_DEV_HOSTPORT=host[:port] -- port is optional
JAZIGO_DEV_USER=username
JAZIGO_DEV_PASS=password

The external program is expected to issue captured configuration to stdout and then to exit with zero exit status.

Created by gh-md-toc

Supported Platforms

Please send pull requests for new plataforms.

Author: udhos
Source Code: https://github.com/udhos/jazigo 
License: MIT License

#go #golang #aws 

Jazigo: A tool Written in Go for Retrieving Configuration

【モダンJavaScript #10】モジュールの特殊な Import / Export について学ぼう

今日の講座は最初の段階でマスターする必要はありません。こういう書き方もあるんだというのをフワッと覚えておいて、実際の現場で出てきたタイミングで再度学び直したらOKです。そもそも仕事でも使われない可能性も高いですし、実際に私もあまり使っておりません。気楽にご視聴くださいませ!

📙 もくじ
0:00 イントロダクション
1:08 解説前の事前準備
2:02 変数を default export してみる
3:21 All Import について
5:52 Re-Exportの事前準備
7:06 Re-Export ①NamedをすべてRe-Export
8:53 Re-Export ②NamedをすべてRe-Export + エイリアス
9:54 Re-Export ③Namedを選んでRe-Export
10:49 Re-Export ④Namedを選んでRe-Export + エイリアス
12:50 Re-Export ⑤DefaultをDefaultのままRe-Export
14:50 予約語について説明
16:08 Re-Export ⑥DefaultをNamedにしてRe-Export
17:20 Re-Export ⑦NamedをDefaultにしてRe-Export
18:55 Re-Exportのユースケース
22:07 Side Effect Importの事前準備
22:43 Side Effect(副作用)とは
23:34 Side Effect Importをコードで解説
25:24 Side Effect Importのユースケース
26:24 次回予告

🏷️ タグ
#JavaScript #import #export

【モダンJavaScript #10】モジュールの特殊な Import / Export について学ぼう

【モダンJavaScript #9】Default import / exportの書き方をマスターしよう!

🚀 今日のひとこと
今回はデフォルトエクスポート・インポート(Default import / export)書き方を学んでいきます。上記リンク先にも書いてあるとおり、あまり使うべきではないと考えております。ただし、現場では使われている場面もあったりするので、出くわしたときに困らないよう書き方は知っておく必要があります!

📙 もくじ
0:00 default import / export を使うべきでない理由
1:13 解説前の事前準備
2:02 変数を default export してみる
3:04 default export は1モジュールにつき1つ
3:46 default export の import について
4:13 default export の仕組みについて
5:55 関数を default export してみる
7:33 named にできて default にできないこと
10:23 識別子を省略して default export
10:54 default export / import はやはり使わない
11:34 次回予告

🏷️ タグ
#JavaScript #import #export

【モダンJavaScript #9】Default import / exportの書き方をマスターしよう!

【モダンJavaScript #8】Named import / exportの書き方をマスターしよう!

モジュール間のやり取りには名前付き(Named import / export)とデフォルト(Default import / export)の2種類があります。今回の動画では前者の Named import / export を見ていきます。実際の仕事でも確実に使うので、Webフロントエンドエンジニア志望の方は必ず習得してください!

📙 もくじ
0:00 イントロダクション
0:55 前回のおさらい
2:25 export / import の種類
3:10 変数: 複数まとめて export
4:20 変数: 宣言と同時に export
4:53 関数: 複数まとめて export
6:22 関数: 宣言と同時に export
6:48 エイリアスとは
7:47 named export のエイリアス
9:15 named import のエイリアス
10:06 named export / import 両方でエイリアス
11:01 エイリアスが使われるタイミング例
14:01 エンディング

🏷️ タグ
#JavaScript #import #export

【モダンJavaScript #8】Named import / exportの書き方をマスターしよう!
Shannon  Rippin

Shannon Rippin

1627728360

Learn NodeJS : Importing Core Modules

Node.js Tutorial : Importing Module | How to import and export own files | How to implement logging

Explained about

  • Importing NodeJS Core Modules
  • Create and Import Own files
  • Create a log file using Nodejs

#nodejs
#importmoduleenodejs
#nodejs
#export #logging #filestream #nodejstutorial #javascripttutorial #advancedjavascript

#nodejs #export #filestream #javascripttutorial

Learn NodeJS : Importing Core Modules

Laravel 8 Remove/Hide Columns While Export Data In Datatables

In this small tutorial we will see how to Remove/Hide Columns While Export Data In Datatables in laravel 8.

When we are using jquery datatable for displaying data in datatable and export datatabel information into PDF, Excel or CSV we might be exclude or hide some columns.

So, In this I will give you demo how to remove/hide columns while export Data In datatables in laravel 8 using jquery.

Read More : Laravel 8 Remove/Hide Columns While Export Data In Datatables

https://websolutionstuff.com/post/laravel-8-remove-hide-columns-while-export-data-in-datatables


Read Also : Laravel 8 Yajra Datatable Example Tutorial

https://websolutionstuff.com/post/laravel-8-yajra-datatable-example-tutorial

#laravel #datatable #laravel 8 remove column while export data in datatable #export #export data in datatable #datatables export only visible columns

Laravel 8 Remove/Hide Columns While Export Data In Datatables

Laravel 8 Import Export CSV/EXCEL File Example

In this post i will show you Laravel 8 Import Export CSV/EXCEL File Example. We will simple create import data to xls, csv file and also we will import data to database using csv file in laravel 8 application.

Using this example we can easily import-export and download the csv & excel file from the database using the maatwebsite/excel composer package. maatwebsite/excel provide easy way to import and export csv file in laravel 8 using database model.

Laravel 8 Import Export CSV/EXCEL File Example

https://websolutionstuff.com/post/laravel-8-import-export-csv-excel-file-example

#laravel 8 import export csv/excel file example #laravel 8 #import #export #csv/excel #import and export csv file in laravel 8

Laravel 8 Import Export CSV/EXCEL File Example
Ahebwe  Oscar

Ahebwe Oscar

1620306180

Export docx file with python-docx in Django app

Exporting files is a frequently happen feature where the user could get their data out. As the backend side, my Django app could help me export a docx file by using a library named python-docx.

Install python-docx and get basic knowledgeInstall python-docx is super simple with one command:

pip install python-docx

If you are working on docker and have a requirement.txt file where you add all your libs on it, don’t forget to add “python-docx” version to it.You could get exactly the version installed by calling the command “pip freeze” to get the list of libs name and version, then find out the python-docx one.

python-docx=0.8.10

Before going into detail about the way we create a view to export docx file by python-docx. It’s will help if you could take a look at the official document of python-docx first.

#export #python #django #docx #export-documentation

Export docx file with python-docx in Django app

Export Buttons In Datatable

In this tutorial I will show you How To Add Export Buttons In Yajra Datatable, If you want to export DataTable data in excel, pdf or csv file format, then you have to add export button in your DataTable.

Yajara Datatables provide Datatable Buttons plugin for add export button in datatable. After adding of export button, you can easily export data to CSV file or Excel sheet file, pdf file and also you can copy all datatable data in html format.

Export Buttons In Datatable

https://websolutionstuff.com/post/export-buttons-in-datatable

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Export Buttons In Datatable

Remove/Hide Columns While Export Data In Datatable

Hello Guys,

In this small tutorial I will give example of remove or hide columns while export data from datatable.

And I will give you example of yajra datatable export button.

When we are using jquery datatable for displaying data in datatable and export datatabel information into PDF, Excel or CSV we might be exclude or hide some columns. So, here I will give you demo how to remove or hide columns when exporting data when using jquery.

Remove/Hide Columns While Export Data In Datatable

https://websolutionstuff.com/post/remove-hide-columns-while-export-data-in-datatable

Thanks for the reading…!!

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Remove/Hide Columns While Export Data In Datatable

Import Export CSV/EXCEL File In Laravel

In this Post we will see Import Export CSV/EXCEL File In Laravel 6/7.

Today I will show you how to implement or install import/export package in laravel. We will simple create import data to csv, xls file and also we can import data to database using csv file in laravel 6/7 application.

Using this example we can easily import/export and download the excel & CSV file from the database using the maatwebsite/excel composer package. maatwebsite/excel provide easy way to import and export using database model.

Read More: Import Export CSV/EXCEL File In Laravel

Read Also: Laravel 6 CRUD Tutorial with Example

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Import Export CSV/EXCEL File In Laravel
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Backup / Export Docker Image easily

This article explains how to backup or share custom Docker Image between computers without docker hub.

Backing a docker image is very important. There is a good chance the original maintainer upgraded their image which doesn’t work for you or you accidentally upgraded your image and your app stopped working.

It is also very handy if images needs to be shared between developers without actually rebuilding from source.

Backup the existing Image and restore it as Image.

This is straight forward backup and restore. Save the image as .tar file and load the .tar file back as image (same machine or different machine)

View list of images

$ docker image ls
$ docker save <imagename> -o imagename_backup_yyyymmdd.tar

This command creates a .tar file in current folder and it can be copied / shared as needed.

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Backup / Export Docker Image easily