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  • const LangContext = App = () = ( – LangContext.Provider value=en – LangContext.Consumer – {lang = – Message text=hello lang={lang} / – } – /LangContext.Consumer – /LangContext.Provider – );With new Context API, you can create a global store like Redux.
  • const store = { – state = { – foo: 1, – bar: 1, – }, – update(cb) { – this.state = cb(this.state); – } – };const {Provider, Consumer} = Foo = () = ( – Consumer – {({foo, update}) = ( – div – button – onClick={() = -…
  • const store = { – observedBits: { – foo: 0b01, – bar: 0b10 – }, – state = { – foo: 1, – bar: 1, – }, – update(cb) { – this.state = cb(this.state); – } – };const StoreContext = React.createContext( – store.state, – (prev, next) = { – let…
  • const Foo = () = ( – Consumer {({foo, update}) = ( – div – button – onClick={() = – update((state) = ({…state, foo: state.foo + 1})) – } – – click – /button – pFoo is {foo}/p – /div – )} – /Consumer – );const Bar = () =…
  • export const NoContext = 0b00; – export const AsyncMode = 0b01; – export const StrictMode = 0b10;React Fibers side effects also are represented by bits, which is possible to mask the effects by bitmasks (See the HostEffectMask).

Tags: export const, New Context API, const store, foo, export const Update

  • json file as well as, a index.js file.
  • You may use the index.js file to train new models, currently this example, is trained on 10 different Lee Kernaghan songs, and 10 different ACDC songs.
  • The example demonstrates how a muti-layer Neural Network, is able to classify the artist, by analysing song lyrics.
  • In the above mentioned directory, you will find a working react native example app, the takes in song lyrics, and classifies them accordantly.
  • Also, remove the following line at the bottom of file, below the return statement:

Tags: bugs Apr, native exmaples Apr, README.md Added tests, different Lee Kernaghan, react native example

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