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React News Wednesday, February 14

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  • Carbon makes it easy to create and share beautiful images of your source code.
  • Visit carbon.now.sh or read our post to learn more about the project.
  • There are a few different ways to import code into Carbon: – – Once you’ve got all of your code into Carbon, you can customize your image by changing the syntax theme, background color, window theme, or padding.
  • Check out these projects our awesome community has created: – – If you have discovered a bug or have a feature suggestion, feel free to create an issue on Github.
  • If you’d like to make some changes yourself, see the following: – – This project follows the all-contributors specification.

Tags: gist test Feb, Background image settings, default value Feb, carbon text Feb, file drop Feb

  • In additional to website, you can use these APIs to create, delete and get URLs.
  • In order to use these APIs you need to generate an API key from settings.
  • All API requests and responses are in JSON format.
  • Include API key as in the body of all below requests.
  • Available API URLs with body parameters: – – Delete a shortened URL and Get stats for a shortened URL: – – Pull requests are welcome.

Tags: modern URL shortener, URL target, URL shortUrl, URL objects, URL object

  • Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community.
  • Already on GitHub?
  • Sign in to your account

Tags: iOS device, issue, different approach, React Native, remote inspector

  • As an IDE, besides code editing, Rekit Studio provides the capability for code generation, dependency diagraming, refactoring, building, unit tests, and a meaningful way to navigate code.You will no longer care about how to setup the project, config webpack, or organize your folder structure.
  • Thats what makes Rekit Studio different from other code editors like Sublime Text and VS Code.See the quickdemoBefore the introduction, you may want to see a quick demo video about how to use Rekit Studio to manage Redux actions.From the video, we can see that all we care about is…
  • Then the project explorer can show the project structure in a meaningful way, like this:Project ExplorerRekit Studio knows the features of those project elements, like which actions are asynchronous (with blue mark A), which components connect to the Redux store (with green mark C), and which components are managed by…
  • This caused our project to become hard to maintain in a short time.Now with Rekit Studio, you can right click a component or action to move, and rename or delete it just like you do with other IDEs like Eclipse for Java or Visual Studio for.Net.
  • If you want to create some new elements like selectors, or you want to alter the default code boilerplate (like using `redux-saga` instead of `redux-thunk` for async actions), you can create plugins to do it.See more about the plugin system here.Command line interfaceBesides Rekit Studio, there is another command line…

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  • This is the story of how I trained a simple neural network to solve a well-defined yet novel challenge in a real iOS app.
  • On the way well take a quick detour into an alternative approach using simple math (fail), through tool building, dataset generation, neural network architecting, and PyTorch training.
  • The main feature of the app is a little chart, with points plotting how your watch has deviated from current time, and trendlines estimating how your watch is doing.
  • On top of that, its a visual problem, so generating data and evaluating the neural networks should be easy… given a mouse, a pair of eyes, and the right tool.
  • I started with something that returned an empty tensor of the right shape: – – Note that you can already use this to start training and running your neural network, before you put in any real data.

Tags: neural network, neural networks, , ,

  • // BookContainer.jsimport { Container } from ‘unstated’class BookContainer extends Container { state = { books: [], booksVisible: false } addBook = book = { const books = […this.state.books] books.push(book) this.setState({ books }) } toggleVisibility = () = { this.setState({ booksVisible: !
  • /BookContainer’Subscribe to={[BookContainer]} { bookStore = { const { state: { books, booksVisible } } = bookStore { booksVisible books.map((book, index) = ( div p{book.name}/p p{book.author}/p /div ) } } }/Subscribe3.
  • /pathtomainentrypoint’const App = () = ( Provider Main / /Provider)Adding multiple Containers to a componentAfter looking at the API, one of the first questions I had was How do I add multiple stores to a component?Well, the order in which you Subscribe to containers is the order in which they…
  • Well, I reached out to James and he gave me a solid answer:This is basically what I came up with:export default class ComeClass extends Component { render() { return ( Provider inject={[BookStore, CounterStore, LocationsStore]} Subscribe to={[BookContainer, CounterContainer, LocationsContainer]} {(bookStore, counterStore, locationsStore) = ( SomeContainer bookStore={bookStore} / )} /Subscribe /Provider );…
  • These tools are nice, but lets be honest, they add complexity and overhead, and for beginners can be the difference between continuing on or giving up.The beauty with this library is there are no plugins, middleware, or third party modules to handle async operations, you can just use fetch /…

Tags: React Native, regular React components, React Native Training, React Native Radioon, Subscribe to=

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