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JavaScript Array reduce() method

In JavaScript, array reduce is a predefined method for lowering an array to a single value by passing a callback function for each array element. It accepts a process run on all the elements of the supplied array in the left-to-right order. The single value returned is saved in the accumulator. ...
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Education Ecosystem Roadmap Recap 2022

2022 promised a host of updates to Education Ecosystem (LEDU). Our main objective this year was to improve the platform and provide our community with a more efficient ecosystem. The post Education Ecosystem Roadmap Recap 2022 appeared first on Education Ecosystem Blog. ...
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How to set up a simple HTTP server in Python

We’ll learn how to build up a local and straightforward HTTP server with Python in this article. An HTTP server can be convenient for testing Android, PC, or Web apps during development locally. Additionally, you can use it to transfer files between two devices that are linked to the same LAN or WLAN. ...
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Custom Signals in Django

Django comes with many features out of the box, and they’re all ready to use and combat tested. But, on the other hand, Django signals are one of the most underappreciated out-of-the-box capabilities Django offers. Django Signals is a technique for notifying detached applications when particular events occur. ...
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