Tinker and play around with source code, that's the programmer's way of life. Let's get down to some worthy Open-source Python projects that may have slipped your radar.
Pipenev is a packaging and environment tool that python programmers use to create virtual environments for projects while also updating package dependencies. Combining Pipfile, virtualenv, and pip, Pipinev gives you an advanced workflow with easy to understand commands.
For those working with microcontroller or environments that are constrained MicroPython offers a leeway. With its efficiently implemented and lean Python3 programming language you will be able to transfer your code easily between desktop and microcontroller system.
The open source Python project that is Python-fire will generate CLIs for you by just simply calling the Fire function on any Python code or program. The whole process is done automatically and there will be no need to either define arguments or define the running of your code through a written main function.
When the need for translation of python code into Go programs arose, the best solution came in the form of Grumpy. Grumpy is in an experimental stage and its builders aim at it being the drop-in alternative runtime for any of the pure-Python projects out there.
This machine learning library comes in handy when programming needs such as tensor computation and deep neural networking arise. Pytorch is based on the scientific computing framework and scripting language torch.
7. Home Assistant
Home Assistant is an open source Python-based platform that enables you to control and track all the devices and gadgets you have at home.
An advanced tool that detects firewalls, Whatwaf will not only help you detect a web applications firewall but also find possible bypass options to the specified target.
Chatistics is an interesting project that will transform your chats from messenger platforms like Telegram, Hangouts, and Facebook into DataFrames.
Chatistics uses Python3 scripts and will as well generate word clouds and ggplot histograms from the chat logs that you present.
This is a #3 rendering library project that was written in python by Rohit Pandey to help solve issues related to dependency and complex APIs.
Open source projects will continue to be important and ever useful to programmers. One of them could even spark your creative programming juices.