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React News Friday, April 6 Neural networks, Deep learning, Import react & more…


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  • Brain.js is a Javascript library for Neural Networks replacing the (now deprecated) brain library, which can be used with Node.js or in the browser (note computation ) and provides different types of networks for different tasks.
  • Training Brain.js color contrast recognitionSynaptic is a Javascript neural network library for node.js and the browser which enables you to train first and even second order neural network architectures.
  • Compromise reminds us of how simple English reallyisThis beautiful project is a deep learning and reinforcement learning Javascript library framework for the browser.
  • Self-driving cars withNeuro.jsA group of repositories providing Machine Learning tools for Javascript developed by the mljs organization which include supervised and unsupervised learning, artificial neural networks, regression algorithms and supporting libraries for statistics, math etc.
  • mljs projects onGitHubA flexible neural network library for Node.js and the browser, which basically learns to make predictions, using a matrix implementation to process training data and enabling configurable network topology.

Tags: neural networks, neural network, deep learning, Machine Learning, neural network library


  • /ExpandableForm’ – import default class ProfileContainer extends Component { – state = { expanded: false } – – static propTypes = { – model: object.isRequired, – title: string – } – – static defaultProps = { – model: { – id: 0 – }, – title: ‘Your Name’ – }propTypes…
  • /ExpandableForm’ – import default class ProfileContainer extends Component { – state = { expanded: false } – – static propTypes = { – model: object.isRequired, – title: string – } – – static defaultProps = { – model: { – id: 0 – }, – title: ‘Your Name’ – }…
  • /ExpandableForm’ – import default class ProfileContainer extends Component { – state = { expanded: false } – – static propTypes = { – model: object.isRequired, – title: string – } – – static defaultProps = { – model: { – id: 0 – }, – title: ‘Your Name’ – }handleSubmit…
  • prevState.expanded })) – } – – render() { – const { – model, – title – } = this.props – return ( – ExpandableForm – onSubmit={this.handleSubmit} – expanded={this.state.expanded} – onExpand={this.handleExpand} – div – h1{title}/h1 – input – type=text – value={model.name} – placeholder=Your Name/ – /div – /ExpandableForm – ) -…
  • WrappingSince you cant use decorators with functional components, you simply pass it the function in as an argument: – import React from ‘react’ – import { observer } from ‘mobx-react’ – import { func, bool } from ‘prop-types’import = { – onSubmit: func.isRequired, – expanded: bool, – onExpand: func.isRequired -…

Tags: import React, import { observer, default class ProfileContainer, export default class, component


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  • In this post, well look at how to create a new AppSync GraphQL API & connect it to a React application.
  • Now, clear out the commented out code and add the following schema and click Save: – – Now that the basic schema has been created, we need to a data source as well as add queries, mutations, and subscriptions.
  • To get started, lets create a new React app and install our dependencies: – – Next, we need to download the AppSync configuration file that we will be using to hook up our React application with the AppSync API.
  • We can do this by going into our AppSync dashboard and clicking on the the API name in the left menu, scrolling to the bottom, clicking on Web, and then clicking on Download below the Download the AWS AppSync config file: – – Download and save this file as in…
  • Nav is a pretty basic component that will only have a title and two links, along with some basic styling: – – In the AddRecipe.js component we will be interacting with our AppSync client for the first time by performing a mutation to add data (a recipe) to our AppSync…

Tags: aws appsync, data, API, data source, left menu


  • When it comes to Web Development, JavaScript frameworks today are among the most desired platforms both for businesses and developers.
  • JavaScript is among the most popular programming language and with the popularity one of Node.js, JS has grown popularity for both front-end and back-end web development.
  • Here we will see some of the popular JavaScript frameworks in 2018 which will not only increase your productivity but will help businesses in developing robust and scalable mobility and web solutions.

Tags: UI Apps React, Developing UI Apps, JS, JS Library, JS framework


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