Saving SSH session in Terminal

For Windows users, use PuTTY. For Mac users, locate to .ssh folder which is under the root folder and create a file named “config” – you can simply use TextEdit. Note: since .ssh folder is hidden, you can type the below command to view hidden files. In your “config’ file, write and save the server… Continue reading Saving SSH session in Terminal

Google App Engine – Finding the location of a user using X- AppEngine

I am currently working on another project and it requires me to find the location of users who are accessing my site. After some research, I found that there is a Google’s public API that tracks the location of a user: X- AppEngine X-AppEngine finds the location of a user using the IP address from… Continue reading Google App Engine – Finding the location of a user using X- AppEngine

Google App Engine Migrating from db to ndb datastore – creating a commenting system with webapp2 (part 1)

My previous post covered creating a commenting system using webapp2 with Jinja2 template. You can store comments into db model and render filtered comments using the key of a question. Click this link to see the post. https://buzzcoding.com/2016/10/04/how-to-create-a-blog-comment-system-with-webapp2-on-google-app-engine-part-1/ This post is about creating the exact same commenting system except I will be using ndb model.… Continue reading Google App Engine Migrating from db to ndb datastore – creating a commenting system with webapp2 (part 1)