I would just like to share this implementation of the Todo App with React Native and Redux that is patterned after the folder structure in the Todo App in the Basic Tutorial of the React Redux Documentation so I decided to make this a beginners guide to Redux article as well to explain the app I shared below.

Here is the expo link:
https://snack.expo.io/@roycechua/redux-react-native-sample-simple-todo

Feel free to try it out first, then if you need the explanations about the app and Redux then here is my take on it below. If you want more formal explanations by the way please…


You may have visited this blog because of the error you get when trying to install the ms sql server here using this link: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/linux/quickstart-install-connect-ubuntu?view=sql-server-ver15

Unfortunately as of 2019 on Pop OS 19.10 when we reach the part of installing the unixodbc-dev we get the error unable to install unixodbc then its dependencies cannot be installed and when we try to install libodbc1 and odbcinst1debian2 (the dependencies of unixodbc) we get the following error

PreDepends: multiarch-support but it is not installable

This tutorial aims to guide you through the step by step processes based from a forum question on reddit…


Introduction/Pre-requisites

This is a tutorial for connecting your python application with a MySQL Server and MySQL Database using a python connector module called PyMySQL which has a Github page that can be accessed through this link: https://github.com/PyMySQL/PyMySQL

For this tutorial, it is assumed you have some knowledge on MySQL and you have a MySQL Server installed and a Database already created. This tutorial uses XAMPP which already has MySQL installed. PyMySQL is a pure-python MySQL Client library. It can be installed through a simple command:

pip install pymysql

Establishing connection with a MySQL Server

To establish a connection with a MySQL Server and Database through Python, a…


This tutorial will cover the installation of dlib on Python with the Visual Studio 2017. For those of you that don’t know what Dlib is, I’ve provided the definition of its creators from their page dlib.net.

Dlib is a modern C++ toolkit containing machine learning algorithms and tools for creating complex software in C++ to solve real world problems.

Most often dlib is partnered with OpenCV. So this tutorial will be helpful for people who want to install dlib for their Computer Vision projects and use Python.

To get started, first you need to have Python installed in your computer…


Introduction

Following these steps strictly in the order of this blog will almost gurantee that your TensorFlow-GPU installation will work correctly on your windows machine. If you find installing the CUDA and cuDNN hard to do, this blog will guide you through the step-by-step process as well as give a guide on installing TensorFlow as well.

Pre-requisites

In order to install TensorFlow-GPU on your machine you will need to a CUDA compatible Graphics Card. Nvidia provides a list here https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-gpus.

After validating that your machine is CUDA compatible, you will need to download

  1. CUDA Toolkit 9.0
  2. CUDNN 9.0

Background Information

CUDA and CUDNN are…


As of 2018 and the recent Django 2.0 documentation, the MS SQL server engine is still considered as a 3rd party back-end SQL engine. But the good news is that Microsoft has supported the Django + MS SQL engine back-end by developing a driver based on the pyodbc.

The new python module/library is the

Which supports Django 2.0 and lower versions like Django 1.11.

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