In this tutorial, you’ll learn, how to make book record website by using React.js and ReactStrap for adding, update and deleting the book record. All of the code for this project can be found in the GitHub Repo This project was bootstrapped with Create React App. Create React App is divided into two packages: create-react-app is a global command-line utility that you use to create new projects. react-scripts is a development dependency in the generated projects(including this one) You almost never need to update create-react-app itself: it delegates all the setup to react-scripts. When you run create-react-app, it always creates the project […]

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Build a Weather Website With Node.js + Express + Googlemap + OpenWeather

In this tutorial you’ll learn, how to make call Google maps API to get the latitude and longitude of the city and pass to the Openweather API and display the current temperature of the city. Here we are making a web app, where users can type in a city name and get real-time weather data instantly displayed on their screen. All of the code for this project can be found in the GitHub Repo Before going to this tutorial, we need pre-setup for the project build. Live project Demo here Weather App File structure look like- |WeatherApp |–WeatherApi |–getWeather.js |–geocode |–geocode.js |–public |–js |–postrequest.js […]

Deploy your Chatbot into Facebook Messenger

Nowadays Bots are becoming an important part of our lifestyle. Let’s look into how to deploy LEX Bots into Facebook messengers. Chatbots will be almost indistinguishable from their human counterparts, if anything, even better. According to Gartner, chatbots will power 85% of all customer service interactions by the year 2020. In fact, the average person will have more conversations with bots than with their spouse. In the last post already shared how to create own chatbots. If you haven’t read it, please read it first. Then read this Post regarding Deploy Chabot in your Facebook messenger. Let us follow the below […]

Build your own ChatBot by using Amazon Lex and Lambda

First of all tell you about, what is a ChatBot? The chatbot is the set of the computer program or AI(artificial intelligence) which conducts communication between two or more users in form of voice or text messages. This tutorial will tell you how to create your own Chatbot by using AWS Lex and Lambda function. and also includes steps to integrate the chatbot with the Facebook messenger. Creating chatbot requires AWS account and basic programming skills with little knowledge of AI. Amazon Lex You need to login AWS Console site to open Amazon Lex service to create Chatbot. Here I’m creating simple financial Chatbot, which […]