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Computational Complexity – Difference Of Language, Problem and Algorithm

2019-08-17 02:56:52 Reddit programming

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RestClient.Net on WebAssembly (C#)

2019-08-17 00:41:49 Reddit programming

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Minimize new in Automated Tests - Or how to prevent your tests from running in parallel

2019-08-16 23:27:07 Reddit programming

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Developing Docker-Powered Applications on Windows with WSL 2

2019-08-16 22:56:27 Reddit programming

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Maintainable Podcast interview with Karolina Szczur: The Importance of Documentation for Remote Developers

2019-08-16 22:53:38 Reddit programming

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"Three months of Rust " by Jamie Brandon

2019-08-16 21:52:27 Reddit programming

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Why is the result of ('b'+'a'+ + 'a' + 'a').toLowerCase() 'banana'?

2019-08-16 18:50:59 Reddit programming

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Maths and tech specialists need Hippocratic oath, says academic

2019-08-16 18:47:36 Reddit programming

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Faster threshold queries with cache-sensitive scancount

2019-08-16 18:36:43 Reddit programming

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We built our own world-wide matchmaking system based on AWS. Here's how we did it...

2019-08-16 17:45:51 Reddit programming

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Methodical UI: removing frustration from HTML and CSS development

2019-08-16 17:28:59 Reddit programming

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Will Our iOS Books be Updated for Swift 5.1 and iOS 13? [FREE]

2019-08-16 17:18:27 Ray Wenderlich

As always, you want to know if we’ll be updating our book lineup for Swift 5.1 and iOS 13. And what about SwiftUI? Find out here!


SitePoint Premium New Releases: Going Offline + React Native

2019-08-16 17:00:33 Joel Falconer

We're working hard to keep you on the cutting edge of your field with SitePoint Premium. We've got plenty of new books to check out in the library — let us introduce you to them. Going Offline Jeremy Keith introduces you to service workers (and the code behind them) to show you the latest strategies in offline pages. Learn the ins and outs of fetching and caching, enhance your website’s performance, and create an ideal offline experience for every user, no matter their connection. ➤ Read Going Offline. Integrating AdMob in React Native and Expo Google AdMob is one way to install ads into any mobile application in order to monetize it. Installing and configuring AdMob in bare React Native can be a cumbersome process. But it’s relatively simple to install when using a toolchain like Expo — we'll show you how. ➤ Read Integrating AdMob in React Native and Expo. And More to Come… We're releasing new content on SitePoint Premium regularly, so we'll be back next week with the latest updates. And don't forget: if you haven't checked out our offering yet, take our library for a spin. The post SitePoint Premium New Releases: Going Offline + React Native appeared first on SitePoint.

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Java: An Optional Implementation of Optional

2019-08-16 16:08:33 Reddit programming

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Program Structure and Composability

2019-08-16 15:53:23 Reddit programming

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Good Code Podcast: On API design

2019-08-16 15:36:02 Reddit programming

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Manipulating emojis in Java, or: What is ? + 1? - Red Hat Developer Blog

2019-08-16 15:19:20 Reddit programming

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Draggin’ and Droppin’ in React

2019-08-16 14:56:40 Maks Akymenko

The React ecosystem offers us a lot of libraries that all are focused on the interaction of drag and drop. We have react-dnd, react-beautiful-dnd, react-drag-n-drop and many more, but some of them require quite a lot of work to build even a simple drag and drop demo, and some do not provide you with more complex functionality (e.g. multiple drag and drop instances), and if they do, it becomes very complex. This is where react-sortable-hoc comes into play.… Read article The post Draggin’ and Droppin’ in React appeared first on CSS-Tricks.

tags: Article,animating react,higher-order components,react


Accessibility and web performance are not features, they’re the baseline

2019-08-16 14:51:47 Robin Rendle

This week I’ve been brooding about web performance and accessibility. It all began when Ethan Marcotte made a lot of great notes about the accessibility issues that are common with AMP: In the recordings above, I’m trying to navigate through the AMP Story. And as I do, VoiceOver describes a page that’s impossible to understand: the arrows to go back or forward are simply announced as “button”; most images are missing text equivalents, which is why the screen reader … Read article The post Accessibility and web performance are not features, they’re the baseline appeared first on CSS-Tricks.

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Basics of Memory Management in Python

2019-08-16 12:57:00 Guest Contributor

Introduction Memory management is the process of efficiently allocating, de-allocating, and coordinating memory so that all the different processes run smoothly and can optimally access different system resources. Memory management also involves cleaning memory of objects that are no longer being accessed. In Python, the memory manager is responsible for

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