Natural Language Processing: What It Is and How It Works
Natural Language Processing (NLP) is the practice of using statistical methods to provide computers with the ability to understand human language. This article focuses on what Natural Language Processing is and how it is being used today.
Popular Programming Languages for Data Science
Demand for data scientists is continuously rising, and people who want to enter the field will look for ways to get started. To help you navigate this fast-moving field, I've compiled a list of popular programming languages data scientists are using in 2022 and are likely to use in the coming years
The UseRef Hook in React Js
This article will provide information on the useRef hook in React JS and its uses and show a demo that will will take user input and save it in a reference or ref. You will also learn how to create persisted mutable values with the useRef hook.
How to Type Common Math Symbols on a Windows Keyboard
Learn three ways to type common math symbols on a Windows keyboard. One way is using the character map application program on your computer. Other ways are using shortcuts with alt-codes and features on Microsoft Word. All are described in this article.
Validation of Election Results With Blockchain Technology
This article aims to show you how blockchain technology can ensure the accuracy of political election results.
Add Environment Variables to Windows 10 PATH
A how-to guide for adding to your PATH environment variable in the Windows 10 operating system. Python is used as an example throughout this tutorial, but it can easily be adapted to work for any application you're looking to add to your PATH variable.
How to Do the Best CSS Reset When Designing a Website
A CSS reset allows you set the properties for certain HTML tags to zero to override the web browser's default style. How can you implement the best CSS reset? I'll teach you here.
MadCap Flare for Coding Beginners: How to Apply Basic CSS
If you are a technical writer or author who is a novice in coding or programming but would like to learn how to apply basic CSS to HTML pages on MadCap Flare, here is a very basic intro and tutorial to get you started. Learn how to make simple design changes to your project stylesheets.
Automation: Exporting Action Items from Gmail Emails to Trello
Using Python and the Trello API to automate boards, lists, and cards creation.
How to Instantiate and Destroy a GameObject in Unity
Not every GameObject is going to stick around forever. Discover how to both produce and demolish those extraneous sprites here.
Blazor Component Dynamics: Static List (Components as Items)
This article will show how Blazor components can be used as list items. Read on for everything you need to know about a static list.
Blazor Component Dynamics: Interactive List (Edit Items)
Exploring the use of components in Blazor for lists and editing items in them. Read on for everything you need to know.
Labview: Using Queues to Control Program Flow & Provide Structure
Follow an example of using Queues to provide structure and control to a program. Learn how to send, receive, and process messages in a Queue and how Queues can help when it comes to expanding existing programs.
Automation: Creating Boards, Lists, & Cards Using Python & the Trello API
Learning about automation? Read on to learn how to use Python and the Trello API to automate boards, lists, and cards creation.
Siemens TIA Portal: Using Variants & Structures to Build Dynamic Function Blocks
Learning how to use Siemens TIA portal? This article demonstrates how to use Variants with structures to create dynamic blocks that can handle different data sets. Read on for my full explanation.
Building a Sexual Content Filter Using Python, Flask, and Docker
Trying to filter out sexual content? Need a good sexual content filter? You can build one yourself. Learn how to do so using Python, Flask, or Docker in this article.
How to Become Invisible on Camera With Effects
Would you like to become invisible? I experimented to see if I could see through objects on my webcam by making colors transparent. Learn how invisibility works and how to easily become invisible using an invisibility effect. Contains expert results.
Using Single and Multi-Dimensional Arrays in C# and Unity3D
Arrays can be tricky to get your head around when you first start out coding in C#. Fortunately, they're not that complicated at all...
Building a Rest Api Using Node.js, Pm2, and Docker
Beginner level hands-on tutorial on how to build a simple Rest API, using Node.js, PM2, and Docker.
PLC Basics: Terminology
Starting off in the world of Automation and PLC programming can be daunting, especially when reference material refers to terminology that isn't immediately obvious. This article aims to be an aid to those who want to understand and use the correct terminology for PLC programming.
This guide is for beginners. I’ll walk you through the installation process so that you can get started with your first web app framework.
Search engines are good for finding information on almost anything, but you often end up with too much information. Making your own is good for finding the answers you want. Learn how to make a personal search engine or just copy and paste the code into a webpage.
Working With the Androidx Navigation Api Component
AndroidX is an Android JetPack component which is designed to help remove boilerplate code from your applications and decrease the time invested in making applications. In this article, we will have hands-on experience with the Navigation API.
How to Build a Surveillance Robot With Twitter, Android Things, and Raspberry Pi
In this article we will create a TwittterBot with Raspberry Pi and Android Things. The bot will take pictures at regular intervals and tweet them with the help of Twitter API.
SQL Server 2005: Creating Database in SQL Server and Understanding Data Storage
In this Article, we will create a Database using SQL Server Management studio. First, we will create the T-SQL and run that script to create the Database. We will also look at Allocation Blocks.
Multi-Select and Checked List Box in C# Explained With Example
In this article, we will create an example to explore Multi-Select Checked Listbox in C-Sharp Windows form Application. Each List Box item is a Checkbox.
Walk-Through: Create an Auto Complete Text Box in C#
In this short article, we will create an “Auto Complete Text box” in C# Windows form. When a user types the first few letters, the text box provides options to complete.
Creating and Using Simple Delegates in C# With a Program Example
In this article, we will create a Simple C-Sharp Delegate and start using it from our Main Class.
An Example of Creating and Using Stack and Queue in C#
In this article, we will see how we can create in built Stack and Queue in C-Sharp. Then we will start using the basic operations of stack as well as queue.
C# - Position Based and Value Based Indexer Explained With Example
In this article we will create C# indexer and examine how it works.