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37th Week of 2022




  • New: Suggest to use Asyncer.

    Asyncer looks very useful


  • New: Introduce Maison.

    Maison is a Python library to read configuration settings from configuration files using pydantic behind the scenes.

    It's useful to parse TOML config files.


  • New: Introduce Typer.

    Typer is a library for building CLI applications that users will love using and developers will love creating. Based on Python 3.6+ type hints.

    The key features are:

    • Intuitive to write: Great editor support. Completion everywhere. Less time debugging. Designed to be easy to use and learn. Less time reading docs.
    • Easy to use: It's easy to use for the final users. Automatic help, and automatic completion for all shells.
    • Short: Minimize code duplication. Multiple features from each parameter declaration. Fewer bugs.
    • Start simple: The simplest example adds only 2 lines of code to your app: 1 import, 1 function call.
    • Grow large: Grow in complexity as much as you want, create arbitrarily complex trees of commands and groups of subcommands, with options and arguments.

Frontend Development

  • New: UX design.

    The most popular tool out there is Figma but it's closed sourced, the alternative (quite popular in github) is penpot.

Operating Systems


Linux Snippets

  • New: Get the output of docker ps as a json.

    To get the complete json for reference.

    docker ps -a --format "{{json .}}" | jq -s

    To get only the required columns in the output with tab separated version

    docker ps -a --format "{{json .}}" | jq -r -c '[.ID, .State, .Names, .Image]'

    To get also the image's ID you can use:

    bash docker inspect --format='{{json .}}' $(docker ps -aq) | jq -r -c '[.Id, .Name, .Config.Image, .Image]'