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12 Novembre 2023 (35)

1: An ALX Foundations Farewell

Hashnode - python (python)

In the beginning which was November 2022, I was watching Netflix and scrolling through my phone looking for an affordable programming school in Kenya, little did I know that 12 months later, I would be on the cusp of completing my ALX foundations and...

2: Achieve Your Biggest Goals with Notion and JavaScript

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Introduction Journaling. No, not the traditional pocket-sized book one would carry around, eager to sprawl with their every thought. No, it was a Notion template. Because we are in a digital age. And I am a computer user. Yet the only problem with th...

3: How to Set Up a Django Development Environment

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Introduction Django is a popular web framework written in Python. It enables the rapid development of secure and scalable websites. The first step to working with Django is setting up a Django development environment. This involves downloading and co...

4: Mastering End-To-End Testing: A Comprehensive Guide Using Cypress

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Millions of people all over the world use at least one web application daily. This indicates that web applications are important in the day-to-day activities of an average human. Therefore, it is highly recommended that web applications should be tes...

5: How to Implement a Sitemap for SEO in a React Application

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Sitemaps are the easiest way to get indexed or appear on the Google search engine. In the world of web development and search engine optimization (SEO), there are many tools and techniques that can help your website perform better and rank higher in ...

6: Deep Dive into Data structures using Javascript - Priority Queue

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Priority Queue is a versatile and efficient data structure, that represents sophisticated and practical approach to data processing. By design, elements are managed not just by the order of their arrival but according to their priority. This mechanis...

7: Exploring the World of Car Rental Management: Building a Python Application - Part 13

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Article 13: Adding Cars to the Inventory Welcome back to our journey of building a Python-based car rental management system. In Part 13, we'll focus on a critical aspect of any car rental business: adding new cars to the inventory. This functionalit...

8: How to Actually Copy an Object & Not Only Reference It

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Consider of a case in JavaScript var a = [1,2,3,4,5]; var b = a; b.pop(); console.log(b);// output will be [1,2,3,4] console.log(a);// surprisingly output will be [1,2,3,4] The same is true with objects (as arrays themselves are a type of object). B...

9: [Flutter] Freezed '''' ''' data class ''

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'''' Flutter' ''' '' '' ''' '' '' ''' '''' DTO(Data Transfer Object)' ''''' '' '''' '''''. JSON' '''' ''' '''' ''' ''' factory' '''', toString()' ''''' ', '''' ''' '' ''' '' ''''' '''' '''' '''. ''' Union''' '''''' '''' '' ''' ''' '''''' ''' '''' ''....

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10: Mutable Data Types in Python

Hashnode - python (python)

Many people would think this is too easy for them, but believe me, it is a trick. The Python program allows you to create variables without declaring their type. This is great for beginners, but it also causes a lot of pain in maintenance, and the mu...

11: JavaScript Array Cheat Sheet

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Hey there everyone, In this detailed blog, you will see and learn all the basic array methods and operations in JavaScript. Basic Methods 1.concat [1,2,3].concat([4,5]) Return Type : Array Description : Concatenate the array passed to concat to th...

12: Optimizing API Data Usage in React Query with Selectors

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Intro What if there is a way to avoid unnecessary re-renders when re-fetching data if the part(s) of the data that your component is consuming does not change between fetches' The answer is yes, and in this article, we'll explore how selectors can pr...

13: Transitioning from Anaconda to Miniconda

Hashnode - python (python)

Python enthusiasts often turn to Anaconda for its convenience in setting up Python environments, especially in the data science domain. However, there is a sleeker alternative: Miniconda. In this post, we'll explore the benefits of transitioning fro...

14: Choosing tech stack for side project

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

I agonized over the tech stack I should use to build the project. To streamline the process and avoid falling into procrastination, I time-boxed the entire exercise. When I reached ~80% of allocated time, I knew I needed to make a decision soon. Prio...

15: How to Integrate the ICP Ledger and ICP Index Canisters in a React Frontend Project

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Introduction The ICP ledger canister is a critical smart contract canister that holds accounts and transactions for the Internet Computer Protocol's (ICP) utility token. Meanwhile, the ICP index canister is used to retrieve transaction history from t...

16: Baldur's Gate 3 : Ce nouveau mode hardcore va vous donner des sueurs froides

Le Big Data (dataviz)

Les joueurs de Baldur's Gate 3 en baveront bientôt dans un nouveau mode hardcore. C'est ce que suggère la mise … Cet article Baldur’s Gate 3 : Ce nouveau mode hardcore va vous donner des sueurs froides a été publié sur LEBIGDATA.FR.

17: From legacy to cloud serverless

Hashnode - python (python)

Hey, how's it been since the last article' If you haven't had a chance to check out the previous installment in the series, I invite you to discover it here. Perhaps you've already tackled something similar to what was described in the previous artic...

18: The Document Picture-in-Picture API: A New Way to Multitask

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

While using video-sharing apps like YouTube, you've probably come across the picture-in-picture feature, which lets you pop out a video to a separate small window that you can watch while browsing the web. This always-on-top window was previously res...

19: Top 10 JS functions developer must know

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

JavaScript provides a variety of built-in functions and methods that are designed to perform common tasks efficiently. While JavaScript doesn't have a Standard Template Library (STL) like C++, it does have a standard library and a set of built-in obj...

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20: FlaskLingo: Swift Image Language Translation with Tesseract OCR

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Introduction Communication barriers due to the complexities of English are a real challenge. English, with its nuances, makes global understanding difficult. Here's a starting point for a solution: a simple language translation app with Flask and Tes...

21: Prototype and Prototypal Inheritance

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Introduction In the realm of JavaScript, grasping the concept of prototypes is fundamental to mastering the language. Every object in JavaScript possesses a built-in property called a prototype, and in this blog, we'll delve into what it is, where it...

22: Single Responsibility Principle with JavaScript

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Hey there, welcome back to my blog. In this article and near-future ones, we will explore the SOLID principles together with JavaScript code examples. What are SOLID principles' SOLID stands for S ' Single responsibility principle O ' Open closed p...

23: A Deep Dive into Object-Oriented Programming in Python: From Novice to Virtuoso

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Prerequisites: Before diving into this topic, you need to have: Familiarity with Python syntax, data types, control structures, and functions. Proficient in using a text editor or integrated development environment (IDE) for writing and running Pyt...

24: strict mode ' And Some Basic Differences Between let and var Keyword

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

The scoping behavior is one of the major differences between the 'let' and 'var' keywords. But we will discuss this difference later on. In this lesson, we will talk about some basic differences that we should know. So let's start ' 'With "var", you...

25: Même Microsoft a banni ChatGPT, et vous l'utilisez dans votre entreprise '

Le Big Data (dataviz)

Microsoft, la géante de la technologie qui a fortement investi dans OpenAI, a récemment fait parler d’elle pour avoir temporairement … Cet article Même Microsoft a banni ChatGPT, et vous l'utilisez dans votre entreprise ' a été publié sur LEBIGDATA.FR.

26: Variables '

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Variables are used to store different types of data like numbers, text, strings or more complex structures. Much like containers at home where you store various items like cereals, rice etc, variables store the data. later on, we can use that data, w...

27: Getting started with Polars - A Pandas Alternative'

Hashnode - python (python)

The first thing that you tend to learn when you start with Data Science in Python is the pandas module, which covers literally any kind of data manipulation, transformation and processing for tabular datasets. As a module, it has developed itself ins...

28: Mastering JavaScript DOM

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Introduction: DOM is the backbone for building dynamic, responsive, and interactive web applications. In this Article, We'll explore What is DOM ( Document Object Model ), its Structure, How to access DOM elements, Manipulate them and many more... Ex...

29: Kotlin Flows: Exception transparency

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Introduction A flow is a stream of data that can be computed asynchronously. It's useful when we need to emit multiple values sequentially. For example, when fetching data from the server, we can emit different results (Loading, Success, Error') depe...

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30: Mastering React-Native:Building a Food Recipe App

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Hello to everyone reading this article, and welcome to those who have been following my journey in learning mobile app development, mastering React Native, and more. This time, I took a break for about 11 days, approximately, without coding or writin...

31: Web Based Animation

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Web Based Animation Becoming an expert in web-based animation involves a combination of learning key concepts, mastering relevant tools and technologies, and gaining practical experience. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you on your journey: Step ...

32: Unleashing the Full Power of HarperDB

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Advanced Features, Integration, and Real-World Use Cases Introduction In our initial exploration of HarperDB, we journeyed through its foundational landscape, highlighting the hybrid SQL/NoSQL model and user-friendly data management approach. Buildin...

33: Weekend Reading ' Sorry, nevermind

Lab notes (Développement)

This week we debate: to Next or not to Next' We recall of the future was imagined, many years ago. And we catch a break in the Minecraft bedroom.

34: What you need to know about React Native

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Hello peeps ', It's been a while on this platform. The story of my life ' Anyway, I am back again to bring us something exciting I have been learning about mobile app development. Earlier this year, I took an interest in learning mobile, which was ...

35: Web Weekly 115 (blogPost)

Stefan Judis (Développement)

Hello, hello Friends! 'How does Google do site reliability engineering' Is using relative CSS units (rem) to control spaces like margins and paddings a good idea' Are you ready to adopt native and relaxed CSS nesting' This week's Web Weekly includes all the answers and much more. Enjoy! I heard having your own font is important for successful tech companies these days. Vercel followed the playbook [...]

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