How to Create a Docker Image with Jupyter Notebook and Kotlin
Jupyter + kotlin kernel sample Computational Notebooks or simply Notebooks are a flexible and interactive tool that allows scientists to combine software code, computational output and explanatory resources (like text, charts and any other media content) within the same document.
Cloud Native Data Pipelines using ArgoWorkflow
Whether you are a data engineer, platform engineer, data scientist, or ML engineer, when working wit data, we all are faced with the challenge of creating pipelines.
Memoization in JavaScript: A Guide
In this article, I want to talk about both the useMemo hook and the useCallback hook since they are both crucial for creating performant React applications through the use of memoization.
Next-gen software supply chain attacks up 650% in 2021
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Using vue-loader to create single-page applications - LogRocket Blog
Single-page applications are all the rave now. These applications react to users dynamically by changing page content as users interact rather than loading new pages with new data.
Sonatype Report Shows Spike in Supply Chain Attacks
By: Mike Vizard on
Sonatype today released a report that finds there has been a 650% year-over-year increase in supply chain attacks aimed at upstream public repositories.
How to use Sass in React Native - LogRocket Blog
Sass, which stands for "Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets," is a pre-processor that helps you write, structure, and organize CSS code.
5 Best Practices to Choosing Third-Party NPM Packages
What you should consider when choosing a third-party NPM library for your project.
Installing an NPM package is a pretty straightforward task.
Hidden vs disabled states
A disabled state is applied to a component when the user is not allowed to interact with it due to either permissions, dependencies, or pre-requisites.
Next.js "New Post" Node Script
I use this tool to help start new posts for Next.js, but you could do something similar for Gatsby, Eleventy, Hugo, etc..