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TWiW|10.3.19 #63

This week we take a look at using Tensorflow to track hands in real time, the approval of WebAuthn, the difference between functional components and Classes and more!

 

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Handtrack.js: Hand Tracking Interactions in the Browser using Tensorflow.js
Javascript

Handtrack.js: Hand tracking interactions in the browser using Tensorflow.js

By Victor Dibia
Victor Dibia shows us how Handtrack.js allows you track a user’s hand (bounding box) from an image in any orientation, in three lines of code.
How are functional components different from Classes?
Javascript

How are functional components different from Classes?

By Dan Abramov
Traditionally Classes provide access to more features like State, but with Hooks this is no longer true, Dan Abramov explains.
W3C approves WebAuthn as the web standard for password-free logins
Web

W3C approves WebAuthn as the web standard for password-free logins

By Jon Porter
At its core, WebAuthn is an API that lets users log into online accounts using a security device such as biometrics on a mobile phone, enabling a more secure way to authenticate than a password.
Are classes dead?
Podcast

Are classes dead?

By Syntax
Wes and Scott answer the audiences questions. Are classes dead? Tutorials vs real life, the smart home, developers and mental health, and more!
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