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Day: May 17, 2020
How to better use hooks via /r/reactjs
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How is it possible to connect Jupyter Notebooks to react? via /r/reactjs
I’ve been recently working with machine and deep learning, but I’m a bit confused on how to integrate the models with a Webapp (in other words, deploying). I would love to perform this with React, is there any resources you guys may have?
For example: Upload data and make it work with the model, then, show the results in the webapp.
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Weekend project: ZipStash – Cannabis Dispensary Inventory tracker (Next.js + express.js + Redis + mongo + heroku + terraform) via /r/reactjs
Something I pulled together quickly after getting frustrated having to navigate multiple pages + dropdowns and losing history if closing the wrong tab on a certain website.
Turns out this took is actually much faster and I might continue working on it.
If anyone here is interested once it’s a bit more polished I might write up a tutorial since it was surprisingly easier than expected. This was my first time using Next.js and the heroku service.
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Hey Folks, we have used purely ReactJS to implement an Animal Crossing Design Tool via /r/reactjs
We spent total of 2 weeks to build it from scratch and it was a blast ^_^
Feel free to ask us any questions with ! We would love to hear about your feedback as well.
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Presenting Pocket Radio, My first react app. Listen to 90,000+ radio stations for free! via /r/reactjs
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React Drive – A react wrapper around the Google Drive Picker via /r/reactjs
I made this library to try and solve a bit more of the file picker flow, while providing a bit more simplicity with use. React drive can automatically pull down any selected files as blobs or download them directly to the user’s machine (as well as passing the drive docs if needed).
Examples and docs in the readme. Feel free to add any issues/feature requests in the repo.
There’s only one existing library that’s similar to this and it doesn’t really have any smarts around post-file selection. It also exposes a lot of props that really aren’t needed in my opinion.
Currently not pushed to NPM because of a 24 hour timeout (mistake in the first version and unpublished), but will be up tomorrow. If you want to test, you can use
yarn add alexgurr/react-drive#master.
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See twitter trending topics (react web app) via /r/reactjs
any criticism or tips?
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Art Quote of the Day
“Painting and writing are solitary arts.” – Conrad Hall