Tutorials

Build projects step-by-step with Code Capsules.

Hosting a Front-end: Building and Deploying Your Portfolio to Code Capsules

Publishing your portfolio online requires a solid technical background – managing servers can be challenging. You need to choose a server's operating system, maintain and update the server, and figure out where to host the server itself. In this tutorial, we'll work with an alternative to the traditional method of hosting

Customising Your Domain on Code Capsules

In this tutorial, we'll set up a custom domain name for your website or application hosted on Code Capsules. Why Custom Domains and How Do They Work?Custom domains help grow the recognition for your web-application or website. Consider the Google search-engine: without a domain, you would need to type

How to Connect MongoDB Atlas with your Code Capsules Application

What is MongoDB Atlas?MongoDB Atlas is a database as a service that hosts and manages MongoDBs online. In some ways, this service is similar to Code Capsules. Instead of managing and hosting applications, MongoDB Atlas manages and hosts MongoDBs for you – leaving you to worry about working with your

Creating and Hosting an API with Flask and Code Capsules

An API, or Application Programming Interface, is a tool enabling developers to interact with data online. Imagine: you navigate to some website and see your location's temperature displayed on their homepage. How did they present this information? Without a doubt, they used an API. APIs are hosted on a server

Adding Functionality to Your Web Application: Setting up Stripe Checkout and Email Subscription with Flask and Code Capsules

What We'll Cover Constructing a frontend for your web application is the first step towards providing an interactive user experience. The next step is building a working backend, or making your web application functional. Buttons are nice to have, but it's more interesting to have those buttons do something. That's

How to Create and Host a Telegram Bot on Code Capsules

In a previous tutorial, we created and hosted an API on Code Capsules. In this tutorial, we'll create a client for this API in the form of a Telegram bot. This will allow us to pull temperature, weather and exchange rate data on the go by messaging our bot in

Developing a Persistent Sleep Tracker Part 1: Handling Users with Flask-Login

Introduction In this two-part tutorial series, we'll learn how to create a sleep tracker web application hosted on Code Capsules. Users will register an account with the sleep tracker and log in. To track their sleep data, users will enter a date and number of hours slept. We'll present users

Developing a Persistent Sleep Tracker Part 2: Tracking and Graphing Sleep Data

This is the second part of our sleep tracker web application tutorial, covering the creation of the sleep tracker interface. Recap In the first part of this series, we built a web application with user registration and login using Python's Flask web framework and a hosted NoSQL database on MongoDB

Build a Slackbot with Node.js to Monitor your Applications

Learn how to build a Slack bot that gives you the status of your applications right in Slack. You'll learn how to code the bot from scratch and keep it safe.
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