Detecting click outside component using React hooks

Detecting click outside component using React hooks

  • November 10, 2020

If you have tried developing your own dropdown, modal, or popover in React, you would have come across this. “How do I detect a click outside my react component so that I can close it?” Detecting click outside component is luckily is not that difficult. This post will use react...

Recurrent Neural Networks

Recurrent Neural Networks

  • October 27, 2020

In this article, we will explore recurrent neural networks. For all the readers who are not versed with the concept of neural networks, I will recommend that you go through one of our previous articles and get a basic understanding of how a neural network works. Disclaimer – The concepts...

Beating JSON performance using Protocol Buffers

Beating JSON performance using Protocol Buffers

  • October 20, 2020

Protocol buffers or Protobuf, is a binary format that was created by Google to serialize structured data that is transferred among services. Before we get into what protocol buffers are, let us first look into JSON. JSON clearly has great advantages when it comes to being a data interchange format...

Common Data Distributions for Data Science

Common Data Distributions for Data Science

  • October 13, 2020

Data distributions lie at the heart of all the machine learning algorithms and data science techniques. A machine learning algorithm is only as good as the data it gets. Hence, it is important to fully understand the data and data distributions before we build our models. Consequently, explore and understand...

The new Logical Assignment Operators in JavaScript

The new Logical Assignment Operators in JavaScript

  • October 8, 2020

The latest version of ECMAScript introduced three new logical assignment operators: nullish, AND, and OR operators. These are supported from Firefox 79 onwards, Chrome 85 onwards, and naturally there is no IE support but since Edge is now chromium based, it is available there too. They are not available in...

How to groupby using reduce in JavaScript

How to groupby using reduce in JavaScript

  • October 1, 2020

The groupBy method is one of the reasons people use lodash in their project. In this blog post, we will write our own version of groupBy using reduce and vanilla JavaScript. What groupBy does? groupBy works on an array of items, and it groups these items together into an object...

Overcoming Procrastination and The Akrasia Effect

Overcoming Procrastination and The Akrasia Effect

  • September 22, 2020

We all know what we should be doing right now. But we don’t want to! That is procrastination in a nutshell. Everything will be fine. I’ll finish it tomorrow. I still have plenty of time. These are famous lines used by every procrastinator. And even though we do end up...