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House price prediction 1/4: Using Keras/Tensorflow and python

A series about creating a model using Python and Tensorflow and then importing the model and making predictions using Javascript in a Vue.js application, above is the vid and below you will find some useful notes. In this post I am going to talk about how to create a model in python, pre-process a dataset I've already created, train a model, post-process, predict, and finally create different files for sharing some information about the data for later use. Then in part 2 I will take the model the data for pre and post processing and finally predict using Vue.js. Then in part 3 I will show how does one hot encoding works. And finally in part 4 normalizing the inputs and its importance. If you want to see a simpler model and how it integrates with a javascript application using Tensorflow.js and Vue.js you can check my previous post: How to import a Keras model into a Vue.js application using Tensorf…
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How to create a Selenium Grid using Docker

This is a tutorial for creating a Selenium grid with Docker and Docker Compose using environment variables, above is the vid and below you will find some useful notes. 1.Pre-reqs Have Docker installed Have the code for our previous Galen Tests project or your own set of selenium tests locally 2.What is selenium grid Selenium grid is set of services or applications that allows us to create a testing environment in which we can test against different combinations of browsers and operating systems. You can also use it to run tests in parallel. Selenium grid consists of two parts. A hub that receives the selenium test commands, like click on this button or enter some text on a textfield, and passes them to the appropriate nodes. And the nodes that register themselves against the selenium hub providing to it the in…

Learn Adobe Experience Manager - Online Course

Learn Adobe Experience Manager - Online Course
If you want to learn AEM by creating an app you can share using AEM components, templates, sling models, servlets and workflows, then, this AEM online course is for you!
> Learn how to create websites using AEM
> Learn AEM by creating a project you can share
> Learn how to create AEM Components and Templates
> Also learn about Workflows, Sling servlets and Sling models
> I'll be sharing free AEM Tips & Tricks and how-to videos! on my YouTube channel as well
Join us on our IndieGoGo campaign on December 17th, 2018 and help me bring this project to life!

Making multiple edits using AEM's Bulk Editor - Tips and Tricks

Here are some tips and tricks about Adobe Experience Manager's Bulk Editor with some usage scenarios, above is the vid and below you will find some useful notes. The Bulk Editor allows you to make several content changes at once without having to go page by page using the siteadmin or sites console or node by node using crx de lite.In this Tips and Tricks video I show you a couple of scenarios like:How to replace the Resource Type for pages and components when you renamed a component or templateAdd content into multiple instances of a component inside a page when you have to update several pieces of content and you already have them on a spreadsheet for example 1.Pre-reqs Have access to an Adobe Experience Manager instance 2.Using different query parameters Inside AEM 6.2 you can look directly for the resource type aem-bulk-changes-examples/components/structure/page &qu…

How to import a Keras model into a Vue.js application using Tensorflow.Js

In this Tensorflow.js tutorial I will show how to create a really simple model using Keras, then convert the model and import it into a Vue.js app using tensorflow.js. Above is the vid and below you will find some of the steps followed. There are two projects as show in the video, one written in python that trains the model using Keras, Tensorflow and other libraries. In that project there is also a dockerfile for the tensorflowjs_converter that will be used for converting the model for later use inside the javascript application.And then there is a vue.js project that was created using the Tensorflow.js + Vue.js Starter Template that already has TF.js configured (If you want to see how I created that application you can read the Creating a Tensorflow.js Vue.js Simple Application In Javascript post plus video!).Below are the most important parts from the video: 1.Pre-reqs You need Anaconda with Keras and …

Creating Docker containers for Adobe Experience Manager

This is a Docker tutorial for creating a docker image for the Galen framework, above is the vid and below you will find some of the steps followed. Adobe experience manager is a content management system which in a nutshell is an application that allows us to create web sites to be consumed by end users. You might be familiar with other such applications like wordpress or drupal which serves the same purpose A typical deployment would be comprised of two AEM instances, the author instance used for creating and modifying content, the publish instance which serves the content and finally we have a dispatcher which is a static web server used for caching, load balancing and some security purposes. We can configure an AEM instance to work as an author or publish instance by either changing the file name for the jar file java -jar cq-author-450…

How to integrate TensorflowJs and Unity by Creating a simple guessing game

This is a Tensorflow.js tutorial for integrating a javascript library with Unity, above is the vid and below you will find some of the steps followed. 1.Pre-reqs Have Unity installed Have node.js installed 2.Create the game using the Unity editor 3.Integrate unity with a javascript library like tensorflow.js - Calling a javascript library from unity Create a class in unity with the methods that you already have in javascript > Real "GetPrediction" method for using in webgl [DllImport("__Internal")] publicstaticexternintGetPrediction(int valueToPredict); > Debug "GetPrediction" method for using inside the editor #if UNITY_EDITORpublicstaticintGetPrediction(int valueToPredict) { Debug.Log("Called GetPredi…