Comfey is a tiny data binding and state management library inspired by React hook useState.

React MD v1 w/ Gatsby No!

Please avoid using ReactMD v1 with GatsbyJs, since ReactMD 2 is out with full rewrite, that could be an option if you want to stick with ReactMD. I had started to port this blog from WordPress to Gatsby and I had used React-MD ‘s Gatsby starter to start with the project. Because of issues in […]

ML5 with Webpack and TypeScript

Why TypeScript? TypeScript allows you to add static typing to your javascript, which adds a possibility to type check on your code during compile time. Even better your IDE itself will be able to tell you if there are any issues with your data types, etc in realtime. Additionally, it can be used by your […]

Machine Learning – On your Browser

Inviqa Engineering CoP 22.10.2020
Machine Learning on your Browser.

Awesome ES6 Features I love and you should not miss

It’s all those tiny little details that makes you happy while writing javaScript code after ES6 came for a rescue. Following list contains the features from ES6 that I use mostly and has made my life easier when writing my JavaScript code. Template Literals Arrow functions Spread operators Classes Modules Default params Promises Object.entries() Object[key]

Javascript reduce function on array of objects

Array.reduce() function in javascript is one of the most interesting functions, but it may be tricky if you haven’t worked with it on array of objects. Let us first look at the following code (array of plain integers), the code basically sums up all the elements in the array: [js] [1, 2, 3].reduce((accumulator, element) => […]

Angular | Watch an object or an array

  $scope.$watch(‘objectOrArray’,function(newVal, oldVal){ // Do Something },true);  

Paging a long text into a specific size document like pages using javascript

Here is a tutorial about creating  pages with specific height and width out of a very long text to give a microsoft word or other document editor type look using javascript and jQuery. 

Using gradient stops and transparency to dynamically fill circle partially in svg using d3js

Using gradient stops and transparency we can fill circle partially in svg. Doing this dynamically using data may be great visualization tool. We will use d3 to do this.

Create filled circle to visualize data using svg

Here is how to tutorial on creating filled circle to visualize data using svg and tiny bit of javascript.