Sergey Laptick shows how to create web components to display data in the form of different types of lists using the Webix UI Library. From simple lists, to advanced, interactive lists, Laptick discusses the core concepts behind Webix lists and how to create your own, customized list implementations.
In this series, we give an introduction to some powerful but generally applicable techniques in machine learning. These include deep learning but also more traditional methods that are often all the modern business needs. After reading the articles in the series, you should have the knowledge necessary to embark on concrete machine learning experiments in a variety of areas on your own.
As part of ongoing work to review InfoQ’s editorial focus for the next year, we’ve been looking at the Java landscape in some detail. This article summarises our view of Java's role in the enterprise 41
A framework is never done and in this article, Eamon O'Tuathail makes suggestions of how to expand Angular's reach into new, exciting ways.
Components are the building blocks of Angular. When we start breaking components apart into smaller components, we need to make sure they're able to pass data back and forth.
Yang Bo showcases reasons why React stumbles when used in complicated front-end projects and how his Binding.scala framework improves the experience. 7
In this article, we present an extended “case study” in Python: how can we build a machine learning model to detect credit card fraud?
To improve the performance of a Node.js application that involves IO, you need to understand how your CPU cycles are spent and what is preventing higher degrees of parallelism in your application.
Recent advancements have revitalized the reactive idea of the MVC architecture. In this article, Brent Chen and Victor Chen show how developers can leverage these new technologies.
InfoQ has spoken with Chris Eidhof and Drew Crawford to learn more about the importance that runtime programming plays in Objective-C/Cocoa programming and the implications of its lack in Swift.
To meet both consumer demand and expectations, companies must develop for both mobile and web. TJ VanToll shows how to use NativeScript to develop cross platform mobile apps. 1