Monthly Archives: December 2020

use @node @puppeteer as a high-level API to control a headless @Chrome or @Chromium #webdev #qa

use @node @Puppeteer as a high-level API to control headless @Chrome or @Chromium #webdev #qa

thanks to

a #go based #webservices #api platform from @m3o #webdev

a #go based #webservices #api platform from @m3o

But has a NON GNU PolyForm Shield License 1.0.0

open source geolocation visualisation with @keplergl @deckgl @mapbox @unicef #magicbox #webdev

open source geolocation visualisation with @keplergl @deckgl @mapbox @unicef #magicbox #webdev

https://github.com/keplergl/kepler.gl/blob/master/README.md

https://kepler.gl/demo

https://github.com/keplergl

https://github.com/uber-common/vis-academy

https://uber.github.io/react-vis/

https://vis.academy/#/building-a-geospatial-app/setup

Kepler.gl is a data-agnostic, high-performance web-based application for visual exploration of large-scale geolocation data sets. Built on top of Mapbox GL and deck.gl, kepler.gl can render millions of points representing thousands of trips and perform spatial aggregations on the fly.

Kepler.gl is also a React component that uses Redux to manage its state and data flow. It can be embedded into other React-Redux applications and is highly customizable. For information on how to embed kepler.gl in your app take a look at this step-by-step tutorial on vis.academy.

map of uk
map of uk

Taskforce for Nature-related Financial Disclosures (@TNFD) will create resilience in the global economy by redirecting flows of finance to allow nature and people to flourish #opendata

Taskforce for Nature-related Financial Disclosures (@TNFD) will create resilience in the global economy by redirecting flows of finance to allow nature and people to flourish #opendata

unsplash photos for everyone from @unsplash #webdesign #webdev (sort of #ccbysa)

unsplash photos for everyone from @unsplash #webdesign #webdev (sort of #ccbysa)

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