You see them pop up all around the internet. Smooth animations that start running when the element is on your screen. Today I am going to show you how you can make your own animations like this using React.js and Framer Motion!
Today you will be learning what you can see on this site!
Firstly, we are going to create a new react app. You can do this by running the following command:
npx create-react-app react-framer
When that is done, we are going to install the dependencies we need. Don’t worry we only need two of them.
npm i react-intersection-observer…
The K-nearest neighbour algorithm is an amazing piece of mathematics with many use-cases all over programming! You have probably already encountered a KNN algorithm in the wild too. Rating systems heavily rely on these algorithms to suggest you items that might be of interest.
Today we are going to have a look at how you can make your very own KNN rating system with Python!
A great question to start with, how does it work and what do we use it for?
Have a look at the following graph.
Alright! If you have ever visited my personal site while I was listening music, you have probably seen this little message pop up. Giving you some real-time information about the music I am listening to right now.
Today I will be guiding you through the setup of this so you can take your own portfolio site to another level! So grab your favourite code editor and let’s get started!
Maybe you have heard about Supabase already? It is becoming quite the buzz lately. The open-source Firebase alternative is taking the world by storm.
In this article you can find the features and reasons why it is totally worth making the switch!
If you have never heard of Supabase then you are missing out. Supabase is the free and open source Firebase alternative! Making it possible to create a backend with an API, authentication, storage and a PostgreSQL database in minutes!
If we have a look at available databases, we see a clear line, drawn in the middle. On one side, relational systems like MySQL, PostgreSQL, or SQLite. On the other side, non-relational ones like MongoDB or Neo4j. In this article you will learn the difference between them and which ones, you should use when!
We call this sort of data relational or structured data. If you think of databases and storage this is probably what you are thinking of.
Rows and columns of data neatly ordered with a pre-defined structure.
Alright, I know I don’t have that much experience in life. I am only twenty years old, but that does not mean that I don’t have experience pitching. I have participated in numerous hackathons with a close to 100% win rate and pitched multiple business ideas in front of successful entrepreneurs. Trust me I know what I am talking about.
Pitching is one of those things that you either love or hate but I believe I can turn you into a pitch master with just a couple of tips.
Possibly the most important part of your pitch if you aren’t…
This is a tricky question that I get asked a lot. Is it still worth your time to write custom CSS in 2021? I don’t think anyone knows the right answer to this question to be honest with you. What I do know is that I have an opinion about this topic. Feel free to have a look at my view on CSS in 2021.
Creating the right styling for your website or application is crucial. It conveys your brand and what you want to achieve. Something to think about though is if it is worth your time. Creating the…
As you may already know, I am a university student. Which major am I taking? Well, that would be computer science. The thought of me following a computer science course may be enough to have you burst out in laughter. Why would anyone like me, someone with quite an extensive skill set and a great job as a software developer still want to get a degree in computer science?
In this article, I hope to clarify why I don’t drop out and why you shouldn't do it either.
Did you know that migrating without a degree can be really difficult…
Using ternaries can save you a lot of space. …
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The easy way to log large objects! When using
console.log to print out large objects you will quickly see that it becomes a hassle to click open everything and find the property you are looking for.
console.table() which formats your object in a table that you can easily browse through!
Hi there! My name is Dries and I am a Full-Stack TypeScript Engineer!