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2 Janvier 2022 (35)

1: Interrupted Time Series (ITS) in Python

https://xboard.hashnode.dev/interrupted-time-series-its-in-python

Hashnode - python (python)

The gold standard for statistically asserting the effectiveness of an intervention is the randomized controlled experiment and its simplified online variant: the A/B test. ' During an A/B test there are two almost identical versions of a product, s...


2: Python __str__ & __repr__ & __format__

https://tongere.hashnode.dev/python-str-and-repr-and-format

Hashnode - python (python)

Python gives all objects an assortment of methods. Some methods have two double-underscores in front and behind the name. The double-underscores are sometimes called dunders. And the methods are called dunder methods. To find a list of these methods ...


3: Objects in JavaScript

https://ascp.hashnode.dev/objects-in-javascript

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

An object is an unordered collection of properties, with a name (or key) and a value. In JavaScript, they are the most fundamental data type used to store and retrieve values, which can be primitive values or other objects. The most common operation...


4: This week in Flutter 35

https://mvolpato.hashnode.dev/this-week-in-flutter-35

Hashnode - Flutter (Flutter)

Last week there was no newsletter because it was Christmas. So this issue contains more links than usual. And the Flutter team published a lot of videos in the last two weeks, so there is plenty to watch. This week I have been using build-time enviro...


5: How to Create a IP Finder Web Application With JS

https://masudursourav.hashnode.dev/how-to-create-a-ip-finder-web-application-with-js

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Hey, If you are new in JavaScrip it will be interesting for you. Here you can learn to use API on JS. It will be a very very easy project for you. First you have to learn what is an API. API stands for Application Programming Interface pretty messy r...


6: Variables

https://nmnblogs.io/variables-1

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Variables Most of the time, a JavaScript application needs to work with information. Here are two examples: An online shop ' the information might include goods being sold and a shopping cart. A chat application ' the information might include users,...


7: Variable

https://nmnblogs.io/variable

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Variables Most of the time, a JavaScript application needs to work with information. Here are two examples: An online shop ' the information might include goods being sold and a shopping cart. A chat application ' the information might include users,...


8: LeetCode - House Robber

https://hashnode.com/post/leetcode-house-robber-ckxxknhlz088xu4s1a2cu32fr

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Problem statement You are a professional robber planning to rob houses along a street. Each house has a certain amount of money stashed, the only constraint stopping you from robbing each of them is that adjacent houses have security systems connecte...


9: Inversion of Control with State Reducer pattern in React: Deep Dive

https://nirajkhatiwada.com/inversion-of-control-with-state-reducer-pattern-in-react-deep-dive

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Inversion of control with state reducer pattern is a high level component design pattern in React that will abstract the out the main logic with its own separation of concern while still allowing to make your UI development flexible. You might encoun...


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10: Introduction to the DOM

https://ravindrapv.hashnode.dev/introduction-to-the-dom

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Introduction The Document Object Model usually referred to as the DOM, is an essential part of making websites interactive. It is an interface that allows a programming language to manipulate the content, structure, and style of a website. JavaScript...


11: Week 3 recap; Team Potato and Instagram clone project

https://clairetech.hashnode.dev/week-3-recap-team-potato-and-instagram-clone-project

Hashnode - python (python)

What I learned this week: What I've done on Monday Completed developing Web Scrapper for crawling jobs virtualenv set up Learned basic Flask structure, templates, static folder, send data from server to client and save data to database from the clie...


12: Excelize 2.5.0 Released - Go language API for spreadsheets (Excel) files

https://xuri.hashnode.dev/excelize-250-released-go-language-api-for-spreadsheets-excel-files-ckxxi7pmi0hrbxts19hz16qkg

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Excelize is a library written in pure Go providing a set of functions that allow you to write to and read from XLSX / XLSM / XLTM files. Supports reading and writing spreadsheet documents generated by Microsoft Excel' 2007 and later. Supports complex...


13: Sample JWT Authentication in Node.js

https://hallixon.hashnode.dev/sample-jwt-auth-in-nodejs

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

JWTs are compact, simple and great for data transfer, authentication and authorisation. To get a basic knowledge of JWTs, go read my article here. Today, we would create a simple authentication app. For this sample, we would need a code editor (here,...


14: Looping Objects using for...of Loop

https://ishita.hashnode.dev/looping-objects-using-forof-loop

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

The for..of loop in JavaScript allows us to iterate over iterable objects (arrays, sets, maps, strings etc). for...of loop in array: const names=["sheldon","Leanord","Raj","Howard"] for ( let name of names ) { console.log(name); } output: shel...


15: Building a Scrollspy and more using React and IntersectionObserver API

https://saiyerniakhil.tech/building-a-scrollspy-and-more-using-react-and-intersectionobserver-api

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

What is an IntersectionObserver ' An IntersectionObserver is a utility in the native browser APIs which lets us check whether an element has intersected the viewport or any other ancestor. I came across this while I was trying to build a scroll spy,...


16: Popular Design News of the Week: December 27, 2021 ' January 2, 2022

https://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2022/01/popular-design-news-of-the-week-december-27-2021-january-2-2022/

Webdesigner depot (Design)

Every day design fans submit incredible industry stories to our sister-site, Webdesigner News. Our colleagues sift through it, selecting the very best stories from the design, UX, tech, and development worlds and posting them live on the site. The best way to keep up with the most important stories for web professionals is to subscribe […] The post Popular Design News of the Week: December 2 [...]


17: Defer vs Async

https://shubhampatel.hashnode.dev/defer-vs-async

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

The scripts in modern websites are heavier than HTML documents so it takes longer to download and process them. When the browser loads HTML and comes across an HTML script tag it stops building the DOM temporarily and starts executing the script; the...


18: Short-circuiting in Javascript

https://isaac-junior.hashnode.dev/short-circuiting-in-javascript

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Logical operators in Javascript are used to combine two boolean values. But there are many more things that we can do with them, especially with the AND and the OR operator. One of those things is known as short-circuiting. In this article, we will ...


19: Kotlin: Variable or Object Initialization | Erselan Khan

https://erselankhan.hashnode.dev/kotlin-variable-or-object-initialization-or-erselan-khan

Hashnode - Kotlin (Mobiles)

Today we will show you how we can Initialize an Object or Variable in the Kotlin programming language. But before moving forward, I would like to ask you to please follow my medium account to get the latest updates about Android and other tech-rela...


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20: Sequences in Kotlin collections.

https://ameenblog.hashnode.dev/sequences-in-kotlin-collections

Hashnode - Kotlin (Mobiles)

If you try to Filter a list and get the final result you can do it like the code below ' data class Meeting(val id: Int, val title: String) val meeting: List = listOf(Meeting(1, "HR"), Meeting(2, "Tech")) val iterationTitle: List =...


21: Variables

https://nmnblogs.io/variables

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Variables Most of the time, a JavaScript application needs to work with information. Here are two examples: An online shop ' the information might include goods being sold and a shopping cart. A chat application ' the information might include users,...


22: GraphQL API Requests with Typescript, React Query& GraphQL Code Generator

https://annysah.hashnode.dev/graphql-api-requests-with-typescript-react-queryand-graphql-code-generator-ckxx799pp045du4s1fdvyacj5

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

In this article, we'll learn how to make GraphQL requests in the client-side of our React application with React Query, Typescript(TS) and also automatically generate TS types for our queries with GraphQL Code Generator. The following paragraphs will...


23: Top 5 Most Popular Backend Framework for 2022

https://expoashish.hashnode.dev/top-5-most-popular-backend-framework-for-2022

Hashnode - python (python)

In this blog i am going to tell you Top 5 Most Popular Backend Framework for 2022. So Lets start this article:- Laravel Express.js Django Ruby on Rails Flask Please Click here to read this blog': https://codexashish.blogspot.com/2022/01/top-5-mos...


24: So u want to learn python

https://hashnode.com/post/so-u-want-to-learn-python-ckxx6g3qj03yju4s105uv2igo

Hashnode - python (python)

Hi there, This is Abhiram. I'm learning python for like 2 months. And now I want to express my thoughts on python in my own way. I know there are many tutorials and articles are available on the internet to learn python. But I want to explain it in m...


25: Testing and Mocking React ContextAPI With Jest and React Testing Library

https://thedatalife.com/testing-and-mocking-react-contextapi-with-jest-and-react-testing-library

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

In this article we will discuss how to test and mock React ContextAPI using Jest and React Testing Library (React Testing Library). We will create a basic application and demo how to mock a contextAPI provider and consumer for a component unit test....


26: Image classification with Tensorflow.js - without knowing ML

https://e2e.utopiops.com/image-classification-with-tensorflowjs-without-knowing-ml

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

We all know that AI based applications have many use cases and have proved to raise the user experience to a whole new level. But, to many developers it stays out of reach because building applications that use AI seem to need a lot of background kno...


27: How To Create & Publish A React Library

https://rehansattar.dev/how-to-create-and-publish-a-react-library

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Assalam u Alaikum & Hello Everyone! ' I hope you all are good '' Background Building a React library is nothing but building a react application itself. You just have to make it more reusable and customizable so that other developers can use them ...


28: bind in JS

https://jsdev195.hashnode.dev/bind-in-js

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Function.prototype.bind() The bind() method returns a new function that, when called, has its this keyword set to the provided value, with a given sequence of arguments preceding any provided when the new function is called. What's here for us t...


29: Hey, Ever get the question how does the Callback Function work in Javascript'

https://blog.denilgabani.com/callback-function-event-loop-in-javascript-reactjs-web-development

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Whoever comes into the Javascript world' I am sure most of them would have gotten a question' why do we use these callback functions' and how does it work' even I had the same questions so let's deep dive''''' into these questions and learn''''...


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30: Best ways to create and consume API's as a frontend web developer

https://blog.siemensubbaiah.cf/best-ways-to-create-and-consume-apis-as-a-frontend-web-developer

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

As a frontend web developer, creating API's for your application can be tiresome because you need to know frameworks such as express.js and node.js. Learning these technologies can also take time and thus cannot be used as a quick solution for creati...


31: Remix, A full-stack web framework

https://blog.learningmoduleindia.in/remix-a-full-stack-web-framework

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Remix- Remix is a full-stack web framework built on top of react-router. It provides server-side rendering in a similar fashion as next.js. Most of the things are similar to next.js like file-system-based routing, access of head/meta tags across comp...


32: What is type coercion in javascript and how is different from type conversion'

https://varun19.hashnode.dev/what-is-type-coercion-in-javascript-and-how-is-different-from-type-conversion

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

First, let us start easy by taking a look at type conversion. In type conversion, we are explicitly mentioning the data type we want the variable holding the value to be converted to. Let us look at a few examples of type conversion const inputYear =...


33: Preventing users from using DevTools to bypass upgrade modals

https://codevilla.hashnode.dev/preventing-users-from-using-devtools-to-bypass-upgrade-modals

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Let's say you've built a React app and it's profitable. You've also guarded some of your features behind an upgrade paywall like this: The Problem: However, some of your smarter customers have discovered a way to bypass the modal so as to access the...


34: Public Solving: Caesar decipher in JavaScript

https://h.daily-dev-tips.com/public-solving-caesar-decipher-in-javascript

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Some kid elves are being naughty and sending themselves encrypted messages during elf class. Santa has asked us to decrypt these messages to see what's happening. The Caesar cipher is pretty easy to understand. It's basically the alphabet but offset ...


35: This Week I Learned: yarn why

https://blog.jessebellingham.com/twil-yarn-why-dependency-detective-work

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

This Week I Learned How to analyze an npm package's inclusion in a project. Context I had a situation recently where I was trying to update an npm package in a yarn-based project I'm working on. I ran into trouble when I noticed that running yarn upg...




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