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The following guide, shows ho to configure eslint, prettier and editorconfig for a reactjs project on VScode. It may change for future versions of VScode, ReactJS or related plugins.

1 Step: Setup ESLINT

First of all, you need to install ESLint extension for VSCode:

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Now let’s create on the root project path an .eslintrc file: it will contain the rules for configuring eslint.

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Where you can write inside it your prefered rules. For example:

2 Step: Setup Prettier

Now we are ready for install prettier. First of all, you have to install the prettier plugin extension for VSCode:

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Prettier Extension For VScode

Now you need to install some dependencies to allow a correct configuration of eslint with prettier. …


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In today’s information technology age, data is the main commodity, and possessing more data typically generates more value in data-driven businesses. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), the amount of digital data generated surpassed 1 zettabyte in 2010. Furthermore, 2.5 exabytes of new data is generated each day since 2012. Cisco estimates that there will be around 50 billion connected devices by 2020. These connected devices constitute the Internet of Things (IoT) and possibly generate a massive amount of data.

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https://www.apptricity.com/apptricity-technology/cloud-computing-for-iot/

In current implementations of cloud-based applications, most data that needs storage, analysis, and decision making is sent to the data centers in the cloud. …


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New Material BottomAppBar

This article will show you how to implement the new BottomAppBar with a FAB (FloatingActionButton) on an Android application with the new Google Material Design Library (2).

STEP Zero: Setup

Before you start you need the latest version of Android Studio. For more details on how to getting started with Material Components, refer to this guide.

You may also need a menu and a FAB icon that you can get for free here.

STEP One : Libraries

  • In your build.gradle(app level) make sure you are using the lastest Android SDK on both compileSdkVersion and targetSdkVersion fields.
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example of build.gradle (app level). At the time of writing this, SDK 28 was the latest available.
  • Add these two libraries in your build.gradle

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