The presence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming more and more ubiquitous as large companies like Netflix, Amazon, Spotify, etc. are continually deploying Artificial Intelligence related solutions that interact with users every day.
When properly applied to business problems, these Artificial Intelligence related solutions can provide unique solutions that create a significant impact for businesses and users.
Artificial Intelligence, the name itself explains its definition. Natural Intelligence is intelligence displayed by humans and animals. Artificial Intelligence is intelligence displayed by machines, which is not natural.
Technical Definition of Artificial Intelligence,
“Artificial Intelligence refers to the simulation of human intelligence in…
Here, we will have a look at the Angular Routing Process and how to implement Lazy Loading in Angular.
Before starting with the Angular Routing Process, let’s first understand the Angular Boot Process.
Check the below link on how to create an Angular application.
The entry point for every Angular application is the “main.ts” file.
platformBrowserDynamic() — This part of the line indicates that we are about to boot Angular Application in a browser environment.
bootstrapModule() — This function helps bootstrap our root module taking the root module as its argument.
AppModule — AppModule is our root module which is…
What happens when you search for something on any search engine like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox? What happens when you ask a virtual assistant like Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri? Like, how does it know the answer? How does it display accurate results? All thanks to Algorithms.
Every time you use your phone, computer, laptop, or a calculator you are using Algorithms.
But, what is an Algorithm ?
If you want to do any math operation lets say multiplication of two numbers(without using any electronic device), you multiply it using a paper. You follow some instructions to get the correct value…
Every newbie programmer who is learning Angular wants to develop some dynamic applications by storing, fetching, deleting data to/from the database, but they need backend code for that! Today we are going to develop a simple dynamic angular application without writing any backend code by using the FIREBASE console.
First we need to create an angular project. Check this out to create an angular project if you are new to it.
As our angular project is ready now, we need to create our account in Firebase. Search for Firebase console in your browser and complete the registration process.
We will create a sample Angular application
You can download Node.js from the below URL
npm will be downloaded along with Node.js. Next, install Angular CLI by executing the following command
npm install -g @angular/cli
Visual Studio Code is popularly recommended for developing Angular applications.
Execute the following commands to check if Node.js, npm, and angular CLI is installed correctly,
But, why Node.js and npm is required?
Angular does not need Node directly. Node.js is used for all the build and development tools. Angular is…
Today 65% of the total world population use smartphones, computer, and tablets. All these users might have come across the term cloud and are using cloud and its services, but most of them are not aware of what exactly is “CLOUD”. As the cloud has become a part of our daily lives like smartphones, computers, and tablets, we should know what it is, right!?
So, let’s start our topic CLOUD COMPUTING.
What is Cloud Computing?
Cloud Computing is nothing but storing and accessing data(like your images, videos, documents, etc) and programs, over the internet, instead of your computer hard drive…
Have you ever wondered how your images are stored on your computer, knowing your computer understands only 1’s and 0's?
Perhaps, now you might have guessed that even images are stored as 1’s and 0's! Yes, you are right, images are stored as 1’s and 0’s but how would images be converted to 1’s and 0's?
Let’s know that together!!
To store an image on a computer, the image is first broken down into tiny elements called PIXELS. The smallest element in a picture or image is called Pixel(in short of Picture Element = Pixel).
Now, you may be thinking…
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