In this project update, we share the progress of building Hazel, an AI assistant focused on sustainability. After starting with Flask, we decided to transition to Django for its robustness. The new stack includes Python, Django, TailwindCSS, SocketIO (possibly), GPT4, and PostgreSQL. Stay tuned for GIFs showcasing Hazel's responses once the porting is complete, as we guide users towards a sustainable lifestyle.
Welcome to my Dev Diary! I'm documenting my journey building an AI Assistant, sharing experiences in artificial intelligence. Let's connect, learn, and grow together in this exciting adventure! 🚀🤖✨
The Ratanagiri project is quite special to us. It's not just about creating a site; it's about building a platform that serves the Buddhist community, resonates with their beliefs, and brings them closer together.
Hello everyone, and welcome back to the Dev Blog. Today's update is going to be a bit shorter than usual, as I've mostly been focusing on smaller tasks and fixes rather than making significant progress on my projects.
Hello everyone, and welcome back to the Dev Blog! I am thrilled to announce that we have not only brought back the blog, but we have also managed to restore all the old posts, ensuring that the knowledge and insights shared over the years remain accessible to all.
Don't get me wrong, I think the asset pipeline is great, it allows you to get a web app up and running in no time with zero configuration. However, when you want to make the move away from coffeescript to using pure ES6 and other JS libraries such as React, things start to get a little more difficult.
In the first part of this series, I am going to be talking about how to setup Docker for your development environment. In part two, I shall be discussing how to prepare Docker for production and finally, part three will look at how to automate deployment.
I myself, often forget how to do all the Ajax trickery in Rails and Google isn't always the most helpful resource for me in this area. Therefore, I thought I'd share my process with you and also leave a reminder for myself when I forget how to do it again.