Getting Started With Basketry. Code-generation for any language | by Steve Konves | Jun, 2022

Code-generation for any language Photo by Andrea Scully on Unsplash Basketry is the pluggable, service-oriented code-generation pipeline for any language. Read more about Basketry and view Basketry on Github. This guide will take you step-by-step through generating a new service, starting with the Swagger pet store example. If you haven’t yet, go ahead and read … Read more

Implement Language Detection – DZone Integration

Quick question: How many languages ​​are there in the world? Before you rush off to search for the answer, read on. There are over 7000 languages ​​— astonishing, right? Such diversity highlights the importance of translation, which is valuable to us on many levels because it opens us up to a rich range of cultures. … Read more

Programming Language for Developing Web Scrapers

Over the past decade, web scraping has become a common practice that allows businesses to deal with the vast amount of data produced on the internet. With quintillions of bytes of data being created each day, it’s no wonder that people have turned to automatic software which can move through the masses and find the … Read more

What’s new in the Rust programming language

The unique approach of the Rust programming language results in better code with fewer compromises than C, C++, Go, and the other languages ​​you probably use. It also gets updated regularly, often every month. Where to download the latest Rust version If you already have a previous version of Rust installed via rustupyou can access … Read more

Why You Should Write a Context-Driven Scripting Language | by Marcus Haberling | May, 2022

Sometimes the best way out of code complexity is to go deeper. Photo by Arnold Francisca on Unsplash Have you, Dear Reader, ever got caught in a customization trap? Example 0: You add custom checking range to input fields with ranges defined in the database. People are delighted. Until they want the range of inputs … Read more

Using Natural Language Processing With PyTorch

Natural language processing (NLP) is continuing to grow in popularity, and necessity, as artificial intelligence and deep learning programs grow and thrive in the coming years. Natural language processing with PyTorch is the best bet to implement these programs. In this guide, we will address some of the obvious questions that may arise when starting … Read more

Why Are Phantom Types Useful?. Using the Elm programming language | by Stefan Wullems | Apr, 2022

Using the Elm programming language Photo by Ben Collins on Unsplash In this post, we’re slowly going to unravel both what phantom types are, as well as why they might be useful. We’ll be using Elm as the example programming language, but if you know a bit of another programming language that supports type parameters … Read more

8 great new JavaScript language features in ES12

The JavaScript language specification, also known as ECMAScript or ES, is a living document, modified every year in response to evolving needs. While JavaScript started as a scripting language, the ECMAScript specification overview notes that the language “is now used for the full spectrum of programming tasks in many different environments and scales.” Because of … Read more