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The art and science of developing intelligent apps with OpenAI GPT-3, DALL·E 2, CLIP, and Whisper.

Explore the fascinating world of Artificial Intelligence and solve real-world problems!

In this practical guide, you will build intelligent real-world applications using GPT-3, DALL-E, Whisper, CLIP, and more tools from the OpenAI and ML ecosystem.

Rest assured, you don't need to be a data scientist or machine learning engineer to follow this guide!

The art and science of developing intelligent apps with OpenAI GPT-3, DALL·E 2, CLIP, and Whisper.
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@vaibhavshn shared a post, 6 months, 4 weeks ago

Building an Async Survey Tool With Dyte and React

Learn how to build an async survey tool using React and Dyte to create a more engaging and efficient survey-taking experience.

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@sofiatarhonska shared a post, 1 year, 9 months ago
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Sending Emails with ReactJS

ReactJS is a fabulous library for building good-looking web applications. It can handle any kind of responsive interfaces and complex interactions you can think of. But things might get a bit tricky if you need to add some typically backend-minded functionalities to your web application. Think of a simple contact form placed at one of the subpages. While building a React email template will be a piece of cake (not that yummy, though!), adding sending capabilities requires a bit of research.

In this article, we’re covering various methods and we’ll also share some recommendations along the way.

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@sofiatarhonska shared a post, 1 year, 9 months ago
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Sending emails via serverless 3rd parties in React Native

Learn how to send emails with React Native using Linking API and serverless 3rd parties.

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@javinpaul shared a post, 2 years, 2 months ago
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8 Projects You can Build to Learn React Native - Best of Lot

Do you love learning by doing? Building projects are the best way to learn React Native and these project ideas are great to start with React Native. They are neither too complex nor too trivial which makes them the best React Native projects for beginners.