• Google API design guide – resource oriented design


    Original address:https://cloud.google.com/apis… Current version: February 21, 2017 Translation date: February 24, 2017 Copyright: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License Resource oriented design The goal of this guide is to help developers design simple, consistent and easy-to-use web APIs. At the same time, this guide also helps to unify the design of socket based RPC API and […]

  • Nltk simple introduction and data cleaning


    Nltk is an English word segmentation tool with a long history #Import word segmentation module from nltk.tokenize import word_tokenize from nltk.text import Text input=”’ There were a sensitivity and a beauty to her that have nothing to do with looks. She was one to be listened to, whose words were so easy to take to […]

  • Essential for developers: API design


    This paper mainly discusses the characteristics of RPC and restful API styles and how to select the technology in the development, intercepts some online communities, and provides readers with ideas and views on API design for reference. 1. Background API scientific name: application programming interface For example, people communicate with each other through language, while […]

  • Ltsm network


    Recurrent neural network (RNN) To understand ltsm, we must first understand RNN. Similar to human thinking, people never think from the beginning, but from the existing knowledge to do in-depth thinking. But the traditional neural network can not complete this, so the recurrent neural network can solve this problem well. Recurrent neural network (RNN)It’s a […]

  • What is rest as an architectural style


    A lot of people don’t understand rest (representational state transfer) because they regard it asDesign styleinstead ofArchitecture styleAs a result, we talk about restful API, and the result is that we can only see trees but not forests. To understand rest only from the perspective of design (only taking it as an API design principle), […]

  • English learning guide for front end programmers


    preface How did I spend these 8 days? The figure below shows the boiling point over the past eight days Dada’s front-end technology community: it includes front-end Vue, JavaScript, data structure and algorithm, practical exercises, and node full stack technology. It keeps pace with the development of the industry, and is a dada programmer who […]

  • Hidden Markov (HMM) / perceptron / conditional random field (CRF) — part of speech tagging


    The notes are reproduced in GitHub project:https://github.com/NLP-LOVE/Introduction-NLP 7. Part of speech tagging 7.1 overview of part of speech tagging What is part of speech In linguistics,Part of speech(PAR of speech, POS) refers to the grammatical classification of words, also known as parts of speech. Words of the same category have similar grammatical properties, and the […]

  • [whole stack cultivation] restful architecture and Practice


    1、 Concept introduction 1. Rest concept Rest: (representative state transfer)State transition of presentation layer, definedresourcesThe general access format is a network applicationDesign styleandDevelopment mode。 In the concept, you need to understand the following names: Resources NamelyAnything that gets on the server, any resource, a user record, a user password, an image, etc. Representation of resources […]

  • Gin framework series 02: routing and parameters


    review In the last section, we used the gin framework to quickly build an interface for get requests. Today, we will learn about routing and parameter acquisition. Request verb be familiar withRESTfulYou should know,RESTfulIt is a kind of design style and development method of network application. Each URI represents a kind of resource, and the […]

  • [full stack cultivation] restful architecture and Practice


    1、 Concept introduction 1. Rest concept Rest: (representative state transfer)Presentation layer state transitionDefinedResourcesIs a kind of network applicationDesign styleandDevelopment mode。 In concept, you need to understand the following names: Resource NamelyAny resource obtained on the server, a user record, a user’s password, a picture, etc. Representation of resources NamelyResource format, HTML, XML, JSON, plain text, […]

  • Cleancode [1]: meaningful naming


    Why meaningful naming: We’ve all said that one day we’ll go back and clean up the bad code, but in the end we’ll leave it behind. Later is equal to never, we need to act immediately, write elegant code. In the process of writing code, reading accounts for a large proportion, so first of all, […]