I’m currently working on a side project which needs a lot of JSX/HTML parsing, manipulation, and generation using Abstract Syntax Trees (AST).
You can read more about the basics of ASTs here:
One major resource you will need to check a lot while working on ASTs is the babel types document, but…
In any Frontend project, especially with big teams, it is important to standardize the code style and formatting, this has many benefits:
1- It will ensure clean code which follows the best practices across the team, especially with interns or junior team members who might not know why a specific way of writing code if better than another.
2- Will help everyone to learn and level up, as every linting rule is there for a purpose and each JS standard has the list of reasons with examples why any specific rule is needed.
3- Reduces code review time and makes…
Every app needs environment variables to define configs and secrets e.g.
You can just add them as a JSON or a constants JS file in your app but you need to have these as global configs where you can use from any file without importing, and they might have some secrets and API keys which you shouldn’t add to your source control system.
You can simply define environment variables using any cli like this:
Available to the current shell session only.
TL;DR — We built an app that lets you convert any article to audio and listen to it at high speeds, allowing you to grasp information and learn faster, much faster. You can download the app from here — https://play.ht/mobile
Almost all the information out there is written. And after a threshold of reading when we can’t consume any more information, we stop learning. Or perhaps we are physically occupied with an activity — like at times of exercise, commute, a jog, etc., but our minds can still learn. …
The other best voice is from their Deep Mind project called Tacotron, which is so indistinguishable from human speech that Google have challenged to identify if it’s human or machine.
Ever since Google showcased their early demos, we have been eagerly waiting for Google WaveNet to release.
Today, we are extremely excited to announce that we have integrated all of Google WaveNet’s voices into Play.ht and made them available for anyone who writes on Medium!
If you google ‘podcasts statistics 2017’, this article will probably be the first search result you will find. A recent research reveals just how much engagement podcasts have been getting and if you take a look at the steady rise of engagement listeners have with podcasts over the years, you know it’s only going up. Even though the research was carried out in the U.S. alone, they are pretty impressive.
In the U.S. alone, did you know —
That 67 million people listen to podcasts monthly?
And 85% of the people listening, hear the entire podcast?
(Facts by The…
This is a curated playlist of articles for every stage during the process of building a startup. We have split the process in these stages:
0- Before the startup.
1- Getting ideas.
2- Validating your idea.
3- Product market fit.
4- Building your product.
5- Building your team.
6- Building your culture.
7- Product launch.
8- Getting traction.
10- Making money.
14- Scaling your team.
16- The CEO job.
17- Startups Mistakes.
18- Bonus: when to pivot!
All the below Embedded Audio Players were generated using play.ht.
Pro Tip: This playlist…
How many times have you wanted to read an article but didn’t have time for it? Or maybe reading was not the best convenience there was. Wouldn’t it be great if you could, with a click of a button be able to listen to any article?
Now you can! with PLAY — a service that narrates Medium articles for you! It turns articles into podcast like narrations that you can listen to while commuting, eating, running, or doing your errands.
This is a brief on what iterables, iterators, and generators are and how to make use of them.
In general, it is a data structure that allows its data to be consumed. It does so by implementing a method whose key is Symbol.iterator which returns an iterator.
Iterating and consuming the data of an Array is different from a…