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Me and my collegue decided this week to rewrite an api made with Laravel Lumen using ASP.NET Core. While doing so, I was wondering wheter some kind of tool existed to help generate the documentation of the API (since we all know writing a documentation is the least fun thing in programming) and I came across Swagger.
I was working on a personal project the other day and I needed to create some images (frames) and save them as a playable GIF. Working in Python, I excepted to find an easy solution fast but oh boy did it take me too long to find it.
Here I am now, creating a blog post to help future people looking to create gifs in Python.
Implementing your own neural network can be hard, especially if you're like me, coming from a computer science background, math equations/syntax makes you dizzy and you would understand things better using actual code.
Today I'll show you how easy it is to implement a flexible neural network and train it using the backpropagation algorithm.
In result of Google's latest updates to its Maps API services (June 11, 2018), a lot of people are unhappy with these shocking changes.
Increase in the price. Decrease in the free map loads. Obligation of adding a billing account. Etc… Therefore, a lot of those people are looking to replace their use of Google Maps to something as good (or at least remotely as good).
Adding breadcrumbs to a website seems like an easy task and honestly, it should be. Unfortunately it's not, unless you want to end up copying the almost-same code in all your pages.
Today I'll be talking about how to add and manage breadcrumbs in an ASP.NET Core website using SmartBreadcrumbs (1.
Since Awaiting bits is a newborn blog, I decided to take this opportunity to present myself as well as the purpose of this blog.
About me My name is Zanid Haytam and I was born in 1997.
I have been programming since the age of 13 and never looked back since.