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That is the question that this conceptual service tries to solve. Taking cues from the other social media sites of the day, the service mashes them all together and delivers a way for individuals to share any type of file with their friends and strangers. Not to be confused with the numerous cloud storage providers, the service focuses on fast, seamless sharing in a social setting.
With this little tool, you can export your work schedule to the standard vCalendar format for easy import into your calendar application of choice.
To use, you will need to run the Python 3 installer. You can download that from here. Be sure to tick the checkbox
Add Python to environment variables during the installation
After Python is installed, open your default terminal application. This will be
Command Prompt.exe (CMD) on Windows or
Terminal.app on macOS. You now need to install the dependencies
that the application requires in order to run.
Simply type this command in the window and it should install all of them automatically.
pip install requests bs4 icalendar
main.pyin a text editor and fill in your Reflexis username and password on lines 9 & 10 inside the quotation marks. If done right, it should look like this...
USERNAME = "YourUsernameHere" PASSWORD = "passw0rd123"
Now you are ready to run the application!
Type the word
python followed by a space in the terminal window and then drag and drop the
main.py you downloaded into the window. It should pre-fill the path to the file for
you. Now just hit the enter or return key.
Once the script has finished running, you should see a file called
work_calendar.ics in the same directory as
main.py. This will be the file you import into your calendar application.
This is a script I made a while back to check the availability of common dictionary words as handles on the various social media platforms. For the most part, it works with any site that has web-based profile pages.
1.4-1.8+ is only compatible with Python 3+
1.0-1.3 is compatible with Python 2 & 3
Please be sure to run the appropriate Python 3 installer before preceding with the installation.
On the following screen of the installer, be sure the checkbox next to
Add Python to environment variables is checked like so...
Python.exe, it will not work.
pip install configparser requests bs4
config.iniinside your favorite text editor. I have put lots of comments to explain what each option does.
path. Instead, type the direct path to the username checker folder you downloaded.