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Some Links on AI-Related Stuff

Every so often, I find that the links I save to read later fall into natural groups or patterns that reveal common threads of interest. The past couple of weeks have produced a lot of thoughts about ChatGPT, an … Some Links on AI-Related Stuff originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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JavaScript Array slice() method

The array’s chosen elements are returned as a new array by the slice() method. The slice() method also chooses between a specified start and a specified (not inclusive) end. However, the original array is unaltered by the slice() technique. ...
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How to get Facebook session c_user and xs – CyberSEO Pro

How to get Facebook user ID (xs) and user session ID (c_user), which is required to automatically import Facebook pages, profiles and groups into WordPress. ...
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Instant Articles, Proprietary Syndication, and a Web Built on User Fidelity Preferences

I love it when there’s a sense of synergy in the blogosphere. First, I caught Nick Heer’s coverage of Meta ending support for Instant Articles, its proprietary format for stripped-down performant news articles. He also compares it to the similar … Instant Articles, Proprietary Syndication, and a Web Built on User Fidelity Preferences originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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Collections in Python

The collection module in Python has different containers. A container is an object that holds a number of other objects and provides a way to access the objects contained in them. The container then iterates over the items. Python examples of the built-in containers are ‘Tuples,’ ‘Lists,’ ‘sets,’ and ‘Dictionaries .’This article has been tailored to help you understand the built-in containers in the python collection. ...
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What Were the Hottest Front-End Tools in 2021?

Another year has passed and once again I’ve had the privilege of going through the Web Tools Weekly newsletter archives from the past 12 months to hunt down the front-end tools that readers found to be the most interesting during … What Were the Hottest Front-End Tools in 2021? originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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Jetpack Features We Love and Use at CSS-Tricks

(This is a sponsored post.) We use and love Jetpack around here. It’s a WordPress plugin that brings a whole suite of functionality to your site ranging from security to marketing with lots of ridiculously useful stuff in between! … Jetpack Features We Love and Use at CSS-Tricks originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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New Age DAM APIs to Simplify Your Media Workflows

(This is a sponsored post.) High-velocity, online businesses produce multiple digital assets like banners, images, videos, PDFs, etc., to promote their businesses online. For such businesses, Digital Asset Management (DAM) solutions are essential. These solutions help centrally store, manage, … New Age DAM APIs to Simplify Your Media Workflows originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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A beginner’s guide – What is Python used for?

Python has recently become one of the most widely used programming languages on the planet. It’s utilized in various applications, including machine learning, website development, the Internet Of Things, and software testing. It is suitable for both developers and non-developers. ...
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Python Flask and React

Modern online applications are frequently created using a server-side language that serves data via an API and a front-end JavaScript framework that presents the data to the end-user easy-to-use. Python is a dynamic programming language that is widely used by businesses and professionals. The language’s core ideals indicate that software should be readable and straightforward, allowing developers to be more productive and happier. ...
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