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Ant vs Maven vs Gradle

Thursday,20 September 2018 BY Attune World Wide
Ant vs Maven vs Gradle

In the beginning there was,‘Make’ as the only build automation tool that automatically builds executable programs and libraries from source code by reading files called Makefiles which specify how to derive the target program.Later on it was improved with GNU Make. However, since then our needs increased and, as a result, build tools evolved. JVM […]

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Introduction to Portlet and Servlet similarity and dissimilarity

Thursday,20 September 2018 BY Attune World Wide
Introduction to Portlet and Servlet similarity and dissimilarity

Portlets Overview Basically, Portlets are pluggable UI programming segments that are overseen and shown in a web portal. Portlets deliver pieces of markup code that are amassed into a portal. On the off chance that you have just worked with Servlets, at that point you ought to know that there are numerous similitudes among them […]

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Google’s mysterious new OS “Fuchsia”

Wednesday,19 September 2018 BY Attune World Wide
Google’s mysterious new OS “Fuchsia”

Google after Android and Chrome OS now came up  with the mysterious “Google Fuchsia”. We heard about Fuchsia few years a ago when internal sources at Google mentioned it as replacement for Android.Well a new report from Bloomberg says Fuchsia OS is alive and well  and being developed as a single unifying operating system to […]

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Conceptual Captions

Wednesday,19 September 2018 BY Attune World Wide
Conceptual Captions

Earlier Image captions are normally added by website authors (using Alt-text HTML).It is one way to make this content more accessible, so that a natural-language description for images that can be presented using text-to-speech systems.Existing human-curated Alt-text HTML fields are added for only a very small numbers of web images. And while automatic image captioning […]

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How YOLO works?

Tuesday,18 September 2018 BY Attune World Wide
How YOLO works?

Generally updated in the area of Object detection, you might be knowing about YOLO (You Only Look Once). YOLO is a neural network for real-time Object Detection. It is a system built on deep learning. YOLO model processes images in real-time at 45 frames per second. You can take any classifier and make it as an […]

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