How can one circumvent the cumbersome tangle of cables and establish a foolproof local network within the confines of an apartment, ensuring a robust Wi-Fi signal permeates every room?
The Significance of AI Detectors
In an era of unprecedented technological advancement, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has permeated almost every facet of our lives, including content creation and academic research. With the advent of sophisticated AI writing algorithms, the risks of plagiarism, data duplication, and intellectual property theft have significantly increased. It has resulted in the developing and popularizing of AI-powered plagiarism detectors—tools designed to identify copied or suspiciously similar content. Platforms like Copy Leaks, ZeroGpt, and Sherlock AI Detector use complex algorithms to scan vast swathes of online content, providing an invaluable service in safeguarding the integrity of academic, journalistic, and creative works.
Experiment Objective and Methodology
The integrity and originality of scholarly work form the cornerstone of academic integrity, a foundational tenet underpinning higher education and scientific research. With the advent of increasingly sophisticated artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms capable of generating human-like textual content, the sanctity of this cornerstone is imperiled. Consequently, the capacity to discern between original human-authored texts and AI-rewritten ones has metamorphosed into a pressing yet relatively unexplored technological and ethical imperative. This experiment aims to rigorously scrutinize the performance of extant AI text detection algorithms in identifying rewritten scholarly content. By doing so, we aim to assess the current vulnerabilities in the system and provide empirically informed recommendations to bolster the mechanisms safeguarding academic probity. The implications of this research extend beyond academia, resonating across sectors where the authenticity of textual content is pivotal.
In the world of computers and digital communication, data is everything. Data is constantly sent and stored, from text messages to photographs shared on social media. However, data in its raw form is not always straightforward to work with. This is when Base64 comes into play. In this post, we will look at what Base64 is, how it works, and why it is significant in the world of computing.
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Introduction: Currently, many companies use H5 frameworks for app development, and among these H5 frameworks, uniapp is the most mature. Therefore, hbuilderx has become the preferred choice for developers. However, packaging an app requires a certificate. So how do we obtain this certificate? Generating an Apple certificate is relatively complex, so here I will focus on the process of generating an iOS certificate.
Currently, many companies use H5 frameworks for app development, and among these H5 frameworks, uniapp is the most mature. Therefore, hbuilderx has become the preferred choice for developers. However, packaging an app requires a certificate. So how do we obtain this certificate?
Generating an Apple certificate is relatively complex, so here I will focus on the process of generating an iOS certificate:
If you don’t have an Apple Developer account yet, you need to register for one in the Apple Developer Center. The tutorial for registering an Apple Developer account is as follows: Tutorial for Registering an Apple Developer Account (in Chinese).
Once you have the Apple Developer account, you can follow the steps below to create the certificate.
First, let’s create a p12 certificate. The process for creating a p12 certificate is as follows:
1.Log in to the Apple Developer backend and click on the “certificates” menu to enter the certificate management page. Click on the blue plus sign on the right side to start creating a certificate. When creating the certificate, choose the “iOS Distribution Ad Hoc and App Store” type, which includes both real device testing and distribution types (ad hoc for testing, app store for distribution). Please do not choose the “Apple” or “Dev” types of certificates, as they cannot be used for cloud packaging in hbuilderx.
2.During the creation of the certificate, it will ask us to provide a csr file, as shown in the image.
3.Switch to Appuploader.
Appuploader home — A tool improve iOS development efficiency such as submitting IPA to App Store and managing iOS certificates.
Use the function of generating iOS certificates in Appuploader to create this .p12 file, as shown in the image. After generating the .p12 file, download it to your local computer.
Go back to the Apple Developer Center. The .p12 certificate generated by appuploader will be synchronized back. You can then use appuploader to generate the p12 format Apple certificate.
With the above steps, the p12 packing certificate has been generated.
Now, let me teach you how to generate the profile file required for packaging:
1.Enter the Apple Developer Center and click on “Identifiers” to create an app ID (package name). After creating it, it should look like the image below. Note that the format of the package name is typically in the format of a Java package name: com.xxxxxx.yyy.
2.If you have already created the app ID from the previous step, you can then enter the “profiles” menu to start creating the profile file.
3.When creating the profile file, choose “
If you’re a React developer, you know how important state management is. State is the data that powers your UI, making it interactive and dynamic. But managing state in React can be tricky, especially when you have to share it across multiple components or deal with complex and asynchronous logic.
That’s why over the years, React developers have come up with various solutions for state management, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the most popular ones and how they evolved. We’ll also review some of the current state-management libraries and how to choose the best one for your app.
AWS provides a full range of services designed specifically to satisfy the specific requirements of the HealthCare industry. This tutorial is going to show how to set up a HealthCare application on Amazon EC2.
One of the foundational features of AWS is Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), which offers scalable computational capacity in the cloud. On EC2 instances, HealthCare applications may be quickly scaled and deployed, guaranteeing high availability. Here is an example of a HealthCare application being deployed on EC2:
gookit/slog 📑 Lightweight, configurable, extensible logging library written in Go.
Support multi level, multi outputs and built-in multi file logger, buffers, clean, rotate-file handling.
desktopCapturer API doesn't provide a desktop picker dialog, you need to implement it yourself.
Disclaimer: I don't want to focus on the UI part, so you can use whatever you prefer, such as React, Vue, etc. You can find a simple HTML UI layout in my
Firstly, we need to go to our
main.js file and import the modules we are going to use:
This article describes how and why you can configure MitableSharedFlow
When you have an electron app that originally was distributed with a certificate for an individual developer. And you would like to sign the next update to that app with a certificate from your organization. It will break an auto-update installation process because codesign requirements aren't met.
So, to prevent this issue, your next app version should include information about both certificates (old and new). All future app versions can be signed with the new certificate, and the auto-update process will not be disrupted.
See the example below.
Any job interview is quite a stressful event, especially if you’ve graduated just recently and don’t have enough experience in communicating with hiring managers. Another problem is, interviews may be conducted differently in different companies: for example, employers may ask various specific questions depending on the position you are applying for, so there is no way to get 100% prepared for anything you may be asked. However, the list of general questions that HRs usually go through before switching to more specific ones are usually pretty standard, and they are aimed at getting to know you as a person and a professional. We’ve collected a list of a few most common topics that you’re most likely to be asked to talk about at a UX designer job interview — let’s discuss them.
Basic info about yourself
The question “Tell us about yourself” is the basis of any job interview. It allows recruiters to understand who they’re talking to and why you’re applying for this job. Here you are expected to present yourself in a concise, but effective manner by telling about your education and working experience, what inspires you professionally and why you would like to pursue a career in UX.
Basic knowledge of UX design
No matter how many degrees you have or how high your experience level is, your recruiters need to evaluate your knowledge of UX design as a whole. But keep in mind that a job interview is not an exam, so here you are expected not to recite the textbook definitions learned by heart, but rather share your personal understanding of UX and your role as a designer in general. Consider talking about how you define UX, what creates value in the design, what are the necessary parts of a UX design process, what are the current trends in UX. You might also be asked to explain the difference between UI and UX to see how you understand the role of each in the development process.
Smart dust bins are the perfect DIY project that blends the senses with the latest technology. With the aid of sensors and microcontrollers you can build a garbage bin that opens automatically when you move by it. It closes when you have got rid of your trash.
The procedure of creating the project is simple, which makes it an the perfect DIY project for kids.
The App Development industry is rapidly evolving with innovations and advancements. Gone are the days when phones were only used for calls and messages. Now with advanced technological developments, the use of mobile has also revolutionized. This has considerably changed after the introduction of smartphones and foldable devices. It has, over time, emerged as one of the most promising solutions for all needs. Users can do almost anything with these advanced devices, from multi-screen functionality to personalized use. So, how are the apps optimized and designed for these foldable devices? This blog details a complete analysis of the same for your better understanding...
When it comes to querying databases in .NET applications, there are two main approaches: using Raw SQL queries or an Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) framework such as Entity Framework Core. Both approaches have their advantages and drawbacks, and the choice between them depends on various factors such as performance, ease of use, security, and developer experience.
In this post, we'll compare Raw SQL and Entity Framework Core and explore their strengths and weaknesses in various scenarios. We'll look at factors such as performance, usability, and security, and examine how Raw SQL and Entity Framework Core handle different types of queries and databases. By the end of this post, you'll have a better understanding of which approach is best suited for your particular use case.
Magento, one of the most popular e-commerce platforms, has recently released its latest version, Magento 2.4.6. This release is focused on improving the platform's security, stability, and performance, as well as enhancing its core functionalities. In this blog post, we'll take a closer look at the updates and features introduced in Magento 2.4.6.
As technology develops and IT areas keep growing and occupying different spheres of our lives, we hear number of phrases every day. For some people, they quickly become just a new reality. For another group of people, they may be dark areas they are even hesitant to ask questions about. In this articles, I will mention 10 most popular IT terms we keep hearing every day with their explanations in a very simple language.
Desktop applications are software programs that run on a computer's desktop and provide functionality to the user. These applications can range from simple programs like text editors to more complex ones like video editing software. In this article, we will explore how to create desktop applications using Python, a popular programming language known for its simplicity and ease of use.
To get started, we first need to install a GUI (graphical user interface) library for Python. There are several libraries available, but two of the most popular ones are Tkinter and PyQt. Tkinter is a built-in library that comes with Python and is easy to use, but it may not have as many features as PyQt. PyQt, on the other hand, is a third-party library that offers more advanced features but can be more difficult to learn.
Here is an example of a simple Tkinter-based desktop application that displays a window with a button:
Abiding by the requirements is always necessary to make a product successful. You might have some confusion when it comes to non-functional and functional requirements. Many questions come up during this discussion. Such as in software engineering, how can you distinguish functional from non-functional requirements? What is the significance of this distinction? Besides functional requirements, why are non-functional requirements significant? This article aims at answering all these questions for you.
From Transformers in Robotics (Google AI) to multimodal SSL (Meta AI) to requirements engineering in ML (CMU) to free courses. This week is full of fascinating announcements: research papers, technologies behind popular services, and open-source announcements!