It is so wonderful to know when two seemingly-unrelated branches of study find themselves in a union. And this union is giving birth to a whole new set of possibilities and paradigms. On one hand, you have the field of… Continue Reading →
If you want to programmatically extract information from webpages, you can use Beautiful Soup. It is based on the Dom structure of webpages. For example: r = urllib2.request.urlopen(‘http://www.google.com’).read() soup = BeautifulSoup(r) print(soup.title) This prints the title tag of the webpage…. Continue Reading →
Intents and Entities are 2 main important points which are helpful to create interaction scenarios within api.ai Intents map what a user says to what a conversational experience should do Default Fallback Intent This is shown when something is not… Continue Reading →
The following code snippet demonstrates sending httprequest in Java Let’s take an example of sending httprequest to google.com with a search query: We shall be using some of the basic libraries provided by Java standard library. We are using: java.io… Continue Reading →
w3c – world wide web consortium – it is the main international standards organization for www. So, it is responsible for defining different standards related to how different technologies/ideas/frameworks are going to be adopted into web. For example, for java,… Continue Reading →
AFrame is a Web framework developed by Mozilla, which helps developers to build Virtual Reality Scenes using html code. If you know HTML, then you can build Virtual Reality (VR) applications, thanks to AFrame. Using just HTML and AFrame, you… Continue Reading →
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Today is Day 1 in ‘Developer’s Vocabulary for the 21st Century’. Let us learn top 3 Words for today: Serverless, FAAS, Electron Firstly, I congratulate you for having taken interest in reading this blog post. Secondly, I congratulate you for participating in… Continue Reading →