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React News Sunday, July 8
- Top WordPress Themes for Building Portfolios
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- How To Implement OIDC Authentication And Authorization In React Without Redux
- Case Studies
- How to make slack bot using python
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- Top 5 Popular Python Frameworks on Github
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- Introducing Snallygaster – a Tool to Scan for Secrets on Web Servers
- How to use Face Recognition in python
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- Porto is a premium, Bootstrap 4-based, super-fast WordPress theme that offers a better solution to your portfolio building needs.
- BeTheme is not just the biggest WordPress theme ever, its also the best all-purpose website building tool with respect to the number of different website types and niches it covers and that includes creative websites and portfolios.
- Uncode offers 16 different portfolio styles along with an advanced thumbnail and grid system, a nice selection of blog layouts, and the new Slides Scroll and Gallery Manager features.
- Agencies, web designers, photographers and other creative professionals will like how with the help Studio 8s advanced theme options, its so easy to create an online shop and showcase your projects to impress potential clients.
- The Gems portfolio-building options are many and include different overall layouts and styles, masonry and metro style grids, sidebar options, and the ability to mix portfolios with other website content.
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- Design simple views for each state in your application, and React will efficiently update and render just the right components when your data changes.
- Declarative views make your code more predictable and easier to debug.
- You’ll notice that our new fetch() call includes Which contains settings required for OIDC and comes from last thing we need to do to our component, is add a couple of lines to our render() method to check for an authenticated user, i.e. if we have no logged in user…
- From the Client Apps page, we’ll click the ‘Create Client App Wizard’ link in the upper left to get started, then select the Single Page Application button (fig 10).
- Ordinarily, we also need to create an API and Scope in the Identity Server, but if we check the ‘Create an API & Scope using the same name as the Client App’ box, Identity Server will create those automatically for us.
- We’ve added OIDC authentication and authorization to our React Single Page Application without needing Redux, and created our Client App and API Scope in our identity server.
- Just one final comment…the OidcLogin Visual Studio Extension also includes a new Project Template, which creates a React Single Page App with Oidc authentication/authorization built it.
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- Here are the top 5 popular python frameworks on Github: – – – – As I said earlier that frameworks are categorized as a full stack or non-full stack.
- It is also a full-stack framework that enables developers to build better web apps more rapidly with less code This prominent python framework was designed to help developers by taking applications from concept to completion as quickly as possible.
- TurboGears is another full stack Python web application framework originally created in 2005.
- Pyramid is a non-full stack web framework written in Python language.
- It is a semantic Web application framework having a library of reusable components (data model and views) that fulfill common needs, – – All above-mentioned Python framework have its own advantages.
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- While he’s talking to you or shaking your hand, youre looking at his face: – – eyes, nose, mouth, skin tone… Thisprocess is your mind gathering data and training for face recognition.
- Data Gathering:Extract unique characteristics of Kirills face that it can use to differentiate him from another person, like eyes, mouth, nose, etc.
- Our mind’s Face Recognition Process – – Then, the more you meet Kirill, the more data you will collect about him, and the quicker your mind will be able to recognize him.
- def detect_face(img): – – – – #convert the test image to gray scale as opencv face detector expects gray images – gray = cv2.cvtColor(img, cv2.COLOR_BGR2GRAY) – – #load OpenCV face detector, I am using LBP which is fast – #there is also a more accurate but slow: Haar classifier -…
- EIGENFACES FACE RECOGNIZER – – This algorithm considers the fact thatnot all parts of a face are equally important or useful for face recognition.
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