So you are working with a graphic LCD or OLED display and want to draw icons or fonts to display on it? I have built a tool to make this easy by allowing you to specify information about your matrix … Read More »
In working with Tensorflow and TFLearn on Windows I frequently run into a problem with my source data files being encoded as UTF-8 with a BOM header. A BOM is a byte order mark, a single unicode character that prefaces … Read More »
Rendering MJPEG streams in React-Native on iOS or Android is relatively simple. You leverage a WebView component and the right configuration to size it and it will look like a native video stream. Here is an example – just update … Read More »
How do you group all the golf courses in the United States into meaningful categories that represent similar design and play style? In my recent work on the CourseIQ application (mentioned previously), I needed to solve what on the surface … Read More »
The number of pixels we captured in 4 days of flying drones over some of the countries best golf courses: 99,014,934,528 I recently had the opportunity to participate in an exciting project to prototype tools that could improve the process of … Read More »
Microsoft Cognitive Services API’s have a variety of useful functions available. Bing Image Search is an API which has been around for a while, but was recently revamped and merged into Cognitive Services. Before you can do anything with the … Read More »
Azure storage is an excellent option for storing assets for your web application (or even your entire static web application), but it is often preferable to have this data delivered to the browser using HTTP Compression to reduce file size and improve performance. Here we introduce a new utility to automate managing HTTP Compression settings for your blobs.
React-Leaflet is a fantastic way to use a leaflet map in a ReactJS application, however it is not obvious how to extend the tile layer to let you use the Bing leaflet plugin with it. Here is a component that inherits from … Read More »