Darren  Reid

Darren Reid

1625596320

Alkyne Reactions

This video provides a basic introduction into alkyne reactions. It covers hydrohalogenation, oxymercuration-demercuration, hydroboration-oxidation, and reduction reactions of alkynes. It also covers synthesis reactions as well.

My Website:
https://www.video-tutor.net

Full 1 Hour 30 Minute Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ar2p99Di4zo

Join The Membership Program:
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Organic Chemistry Textbooks:
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Ollie  Dietrich

Ollie Dietrich

1627632960

Add Social Reactions in Laravel App, Similar to Facebook-style reactions

This tutorial is on creating Facebook-style social reactions in the #Laravel project. With the help of this tutorial, you can create any kind of reaction Type System with Like, Dislike, and any other custom emotion types.

Github Repository
🔗 https://github.com/qirolab/laravel-reactions-example

📦 Laravel Reaction Package
🔗 https://github.com/qirolab/laravel-reactions

▶ Laravel Themer: multi-theme support for Laravel application
🔗 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ty4ZwFTLYXE

▶ Laravel Fortify Tutorial
🔗 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLsyHP7x0N0&list=PL1TrjkMQ8UbU2BrO6ubfXio3OG4t6Oqpz&index=1

▶ Laravel Passport Tutorial
🔗 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKSQdg1uPbQ&list=PL1TrjkMQ8UbWqLEiPjsmuoTJNLKbcsYce&index=1

▶ Vue.js 3.0 Tutorial
🔗 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXsWed7Nc2o&list=PL1TrjkMQ8UbWg8f8EpkpZntxdQldkBipE&index=1

▶ Laravel Excel Tutorial
🔗 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUet2wq22-o&list=PL1TrjkMQ8UbWeumS9QLpRWpkG7qIKHSqX&index=1

▶ Laravel Sanctum Tutorial
🔗 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Uwn5M6WTe0&list=PL1TrjkMQ8UbXOP7UwdhP4my_cbMfKU-SB&index=1

▶ Install Laravel Valet Linux Plus
🔗 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Tc4fRLuj2A&list=PL1TrjkMQ8UbUsk2YD-gJ_OfJWi_pIJ5BV&index=4

▶ Laravel Eloquent Relationships
🔗 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0IsbkfONL4&list=PL1TrjkMQ8UbVyIT0cDX-54gN5tunWZvaI&index=1

⌚ Timestamps:
00:00 Introduction
00:50 Create new Laravel App
01:28 To create quick authentication setup Laravel-Themer package
04:49 Create Posts
08:51 Basic design for social reaction (HTML markup)
15:43 Install Laravel-Reaction package
18:22 Create Reactions Controller to store reactions
20:36 Implementing Social reactions

Support my work:

  1. On BuyMeACoffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/qirolab
  2. On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/qirolab

#laravel #facebook #reactions

Ida  Nader

Ida Nader

1599013260

New Inline Emoji Reactions on Hacker Noon

The traditional comment box at the end of a blog post is not a sufficient way to facilitate reader and writer communication. It falls short in a number of ways:

The barrier to leave a thoughtful comment is very high. This greatly reduces the number of reactions per reader. So only the most popular stories get meaningful feedback.

Readers are forced to comment on the story as a whole rather than individual parts of the story. This generalizes feedback into blurbs like “nice story” or “great insights”.

Only readers that “finish” reading the story are able to react. The large number of readers that bounce midway through, don’t have an opportunity to react.

At Hacker Noon, we’re working to make content more interactive and interactions more meaningful. We’re starting by introducing inline emoji reactions. Readers can now respond to individual sections of content with an emoji reaction. We built this functionality in collaboration with Mozilla’s Fix the Internet program.

By default, we aren’t showing inline reactions in order to create a less distracting reading experience. You’ll notice light grey bars next to each section. If you hover over the bar, you’ll see emojis along with reaction counts from other readers. If a section is popular with a high number of reactions, we’ll add more bars and turn them yellow, green, or red as the activity heats up.

To test it out, try hovering over the margin here >>>

What do the emojis mean? Approximately:

Why inline emoji reactions?

Readers now have a low-friction tool to give writers specific feedback on their words. This creates a feedback loop that writers can learn from and improve their content over time.

The current version of our emoji reactions is a work in progress. We’re going to continue iterating to make the functionality more usable and useful.

#design #emojis #pixelated #reactions #hackernoon-top-story #retro #ui #ux

Roberta  Ward

Roberta Ward

1599006273

New Inline Emoji Reactions on Hacker Noon

The traditional comment box at the end of a blog post is not a sufficient way to facilitate reader and writer communication. It falls short in a number of ways:

The barrier to leave a thoughtful comment is very high. This greatly reduces the number of reactions per reader. So only the most popular stories get meaningful feedback.

Readers are forced to comment on the story as a whole rather than individual parts of the story. This generalizes feedback into blurbs like “nice story” or “great insights”.

Only readers that “finish” reading the story are able to react. The large number of readers that bounce midway through, don’t have an opportunity to react.

At Hacker Noon, we’re working to make content more interactive and interactions more meaningful. We’re starting by introducing inline emoji reactions. Readers can now respond to individual sections of content with an emoji reaction. We built this functionality in collaboration with Mozilla’s Fix the Internet program. 

By default, we aren’t showing inline reactions in order to create a less distracting reading experience. You’ll notice light grey bars next to each section. If you hover over the bar, you’ll see emojis along with reaction counts from other readers. If a section is popular with a high number of reactions, we’ll add more bars and turn them yellow, green, or red as the activity heats up.

To test it out, try hovering over the margin here >>>

What do the emojis mean? Approximately: 

Why inline emoji reactions?

Readers now have a low-friction tool to give writers specific feedback on their words. This creates a feedback loop that writers can learn from and improve their content over time.

The current version of our emoji reactions is a work in progress. We’re going to continue iterating to make the functionality more usable and useful.

#design #emojis #pixelated #reactions #hackernoon-top-story #retro #ui #ux

Darren  Reid

Darren Reid

1625596320

Alkyne Reactions

This video provides a basic introduction into alkyne reactions. It covers hydrohalogenation, oxymercuration-demercuration, hydroboration-oxidation, and reduction reactions of alkynes. It also covers synthesis reactions as well.

My Website:
https://www.video-tutor.net

Full 1 Hour 30 Minute Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ar2p99Di4zo

Join The Membership Program:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEWpbFLzoYGPfuWUMFPSaoA/join

Organic Chemistry Textbooks:
https://amzn.to/30kxiQ7

#developer

Joseph  Norton

Joseph Norton

1603899638

Python Slack Bot Tutorial - Reactions and Reaction Handling

In this python slack bot tutorial I will be covering reactions in the context of a slack bot. We will be learning how to handle users reactions and update messages based on user reactions to our slack messages.

💻 Ngrok Download: https://ngrok.com/

📖 Full Series Code: https://github.com/techwithtim/Slack-Bot/blob/main/bot.py

#python #chatbot #programming #developer #artificial-intelligence