I think we can all agree that GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) can be useful but also happily shows its flaws. Like all tools, it has its place in our toolbelt, so let’s learn a little more about GPT.
Today, we are going to be going over a very useful tool called Sequelize. It is an Object Relational Mapper (ORM), which allows us to interact with relational databases using Node.js.
Sequelize supports many different databases, but in this blog, we will be using MySQL. We will go over how to set up a local MySQL instance and a Node.js server using Sequelize to communicate with it.
Along the way, we’ll learn basic Sequelize functionally, such as the command line tool and migrations, to understand how to work with the database…
Alright, Innovator! I see you’ve been using Microsoft 365 Planner, and it’s like you’ve started building your productivity mansion. As someone who’s been through the process, I’d love to help you add more floors and rooms to it.
So, let’s pick up our productivity blueprints and continue building with these three awesome strategies.
Recently, I was joking with some team members, trying my best to get someone to develop a VS Code plugin for me that would allow VS Code to simultaneously connect to multiple Android emulators.
I was working on some font sizing issues in Flutter and needed to test the changes on multiple device viewport sizes. Needless to say, it was taking too much time to ramp various Android emulators up and down.
Later that day, I decided to start playing with the debugger and emulator options, with no expectations of finding anything substantial. Sometimes throwing something against the wall to see if it sticks provides the best surprises!
In this post, we share predictions of the ChatGPT paradigm shift’s effects on software developers, its current benefits for development process, and introduce a custom ChatGPT GUI application developed with Go and Fyne.