This week has been about low-code in Node.js, Julia and Bayesian statistics, generative art with SVG and Prolog.
A development tool to develop low-code Node.js applications. The generated server exposes a GraphQL API and the generated client uses React with Apollo.
The tool is in alpha but looking promising already.
A book with a gentle introduction to how to use Julia on Bayesian statistics, forecasting, machine learning, etc.
A tutorial on generative art using SVG.js. A great step by step to get started on computer-based generative art.
An article with an in-depth analysis on why Tailwind CSS is not delivering what promises and actually makes it worse.
An article describing how Prolog works so you gain the right intuitions. Hint: It's not about logic programming but unification and backtracking.