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Cool things javascript can do – Hacker Noon
In this article, we are going to explore some APIs and libraries which probably you haven’t used before. These APIs with a little of imagination can significantly affect the user experience and performance of your applications.
javascript  hackernoon  article  webdevelopment  browserbased  apis 
8 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
3 easy steps to writing compound components – Hacker Noon
After implementing my first compound component in React, I’m officially addicted to this pattern. As the self-proclaimed expert on the matter (actually I learned from Ryan Florence and his talk on compound components), I’m going to teach you how to learn the best advanced React pattern out there in a few simple steps. Why? Because you deserve a better codebase!
HackerNoon  HackerNoon.com  React  React.js  ReactJS  javascript 
august 2018 by GameGamer43
Why Redux ? – Hacker Noon
Everyday a new and a fancy buzzword pops out of nowhere in this web development world and we want to learn it, because we are a bunch of curious people(or should I say “because we want to sound cool”). Yeah, Javascript guys, you feel me.
HackerNoon  HackerNoon.com  Redux  javascript 
june 2018 by GameGamer43
The Open Home Lab Stack – Hacker Noon
This is an article I’ve put together to create an Open source Home Network stack using various technologies which are mostly free however all have paid subscriptions as well.
HomeLab  HackerNoon  HackerNoon.com 
june 2018 by GameGamer43
A crash course on Serverless with Node.js – Hacker Noon
Regardless of your developer background, it’s inevitable you’ve heard the term Serverless in the past year. The word has been buzzing around in my ears for longer than I dare say. For too long have I been putting off looking into it in more detail. Well here goes nothing.
HackerNoon  HackerNoon.com  node.js  nodejs 
may 2018 by GameGamer43
Communication between components – Hacker Noon
Communication is important, especially neighborhood communication 😎 Let’s collect communication approaches between components.
HackerNoon  HackerNoon.com  javascript 
may 2018 by GameGamer43
Part 2: How to stop me harvesting credit card numbers and passwords from your site
I wrote a post recently describing how I distributed malicious code that gathers credit card numbers and passwords from thousands of sites in a way that’s quite difficult to detect.
HackerNoon  HackerNoon.com  javascript  Web_Security 
may 2018 by GameGamer43
These 6 essential tools will release, version, and maintain your NPM modules for you
Learning how to implement them for your own projects will save you a ton of time!
javascript  npm  nodejs  HackerNoon  HackerNoon.com 
may 2018 by GameGamer43
Will Blockchain Provide the Solution for Connecting IoT Devices? @ Hackernoon
IoT is already improving many aspects of our lives, and its effect on the world will monumentally expand over the next few years. By using blockchain technology, the Internet of Things can be secure and reliable, allowing future innovations to be executed successfully while advancing IoT’s growth exponentially.
blockchain  iot  internetofthings  hackernoon  article 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
Crossing Over to Web3 — An Introduction to Decentralised Development
Issue #1 in the definitive developer’s guide for the journey from web2 to web3. My motivation for writing this series is clear: decentralisation holds huge potential for the web and beyond. By lowering the barrier to entry, the ecosystem can be filled with developers, causing a proliferation of innovative ideas, rapid iteration of tools and high-quality products.
hackernoon  web3  history  blockchain 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
From Express.js to AWS Lambda: Migrating existing Node.js applications to serverless
Serverless architecture makes some of the good practices for architecting apps obsolete. Building a serverless application from scratch requires a mind shift, but once you start thinking in a serverless way, all the dots connect quickly. With the help of tools such as Claudia.js, development and deployment cycles are short and easy.
javascript  HackerNoon  HackerNoon.com  Amazon_AWS  Express.js  node.js  nodejs 
april 2018 by GameGamer43
Don’t Fear The Rebase – Hacker Noon
Git’s rebase command is a common source of fear and confusion for Git users, especially users who may have come from a more centralized version control system. That’s normal. Rebase is a weird, magical looking beast that just comes in and starts changing history willy-nilly.
git  HackerNoon  HackerNoon.com 
march 2018 by GameGamer43
Making of a component library for React – Hacker Noon
Some time ago I decided to make an article that covers topics like publishing to NPM, API architecture. Best tutorial for this would be a react component library development.
React  React.js  ReactJS  HackerNoon  HackerNoon.com  javascript 
march 2018 by GameGamer43
Train Your Machine Learning Models on Google’s GPUs for Free — Forever
Training your model is hands down the most time consuming and expensive part of machine learning. Training your model on a GPU can give you speed gains close to 40x, taking 2 days and turning it into a few hours. However, this normally comes at a cost to your wallet.
Google  MachineLearning  Machine_Learning  DeepLearning  Deep_Learning  Google_Cloud_Platform  HackerNoon  HackerNoon.com 
march 2018 by GameGamer43
Tutorial: How to make HTTP Requests in React, Part 3
Now we’re getting to the good part! So far, we’ve set up a new React application using create-react-app, and we’ve wired up our component to log ‘Success!’ when we click the button. Now, we need to make the actual HTTP request.
HackerNoon  HackerNoon.com  React  React.js  ReactJS 
march 2018 by GameGamer43
TensorFlow Tutorial For Beginners @ Hacker Noon
Today’s TensorFlow tutorial for beginners will introduce you to performing deep learning in an interactive way. TensorFlow is the second machine learning framework that Google created and used to design, build, and train deep learning models.You can use the TensorFlow library do to numerical computations, which in itself doesn’t seem all too special, but these computations are done with data flow graphs. In these graphs, nodes represent mathematical operations, while the edges represent the data, which usually are multidimensional data arrays or tensors, that are communicated between these edges.
tensorflow  google  artificialintelligence  tutorial  hackernoon 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx

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