Real Python Feed Reader
For more information see the tutorial How to Publish an Open-Source Python Package to PyPI on Real Python.
You can install the Real Python Feed Reader from PyPI:
python -m pip install realpython-reader
The reader is supported on Python 3.7 and above. Older versions of Python, including Python 2.7, are supported by version 1.0.0 of the reader.
How to use
The Real Python Feed Reader is a command line application, named
realpython. To see a list of the latest Real Python tutorials, call the program without any arguments:
$ realpython The latest tutorials from Real Python (https://realpython.com/) 0 How to Publish an Open-Source Python Package to PyPI 1 Python "while" Loops (Indefinite Iteration) 2 Writing Comments in Python (Guide) 3 Setting Up Python for Machine Learning on Windows 4 Python Community Interview With Michael Kennedy 5 Practical Text Classification With Python and Keras 6 Getting Started With Testing in Python 7 Python, Boto3, and AWS S3: Demystified 8 Python's range() Function (Guide) 9 Python Community Interview With Mike Grouchy 10 How to Round Numbers in Python 11 Building and Documenting Python REST APIs With Flask and Connexion – Part 2 12 Splitting, Concatenating, and Joining Strings in Python 13 Image Segmentation Using Color Spaces in OpenCV + Python 14 Python Community Interview With Mahdi Yusuf 15 Absolute vs Relative Imports in Python 16 Top 10 Must-Watch PyCon Talks 17 Logging in Python 18 The Best Python Books 19 Conditional Statements in Python
To read one particular tutorial, call the program with the numerical ID of the tutorial as a parameter:
$ realpython 0 # How to Publish an Open-Source Python Package to PyPI Python is famous for coming with batteries included. Sophisticated capabilities are available in the standard library. You can find modules for working with sockets, parsing CSV, JSON, and XML files, and working with files and file paths. However great the packages included with Python are, there are many fantastic projects available outside the standard library. These are most often hosted at the Python Packaging Index (PyPI), historically known as the Cheese Shop. At PyPI, you can find everything from Hello World to advanced deep learning libraries. [... The full text of the article ...]
You can also call the Real Python Feed Reader in your own Python code, by importing from the
>>> from reader import feed >>> feed.get_titles() ['How to Publish an Open-Source Python Package to PyPI', ...]