Wikibase SDK: Query data from Wikipedia(Wikidata)

Hello folks, I hope you all are doing good. Today we’re are going to do something cool(at least in my sense😅). Basically, we’re going to see how you can use wikidata to fetch publicily available data. It is also being used by wikipedia to fetch its structured data. Lets first talk about some of the … Read more

How to use OpenAI APIs – Davinci, GPT 3, etc

Hi everyone, I hope you are doing good. So, I know it’s been a long time. But now I am here with something really interesting. In today’s article, I am going to tell you how you can use OpenAI API, so that you can build your own ChatGPT with help of that. But first let … Read more

How to build a chrome extension in Vanilla JS

Hi everybody, In todays article we’re going to discuss how you can build a chrome extension in JS. We will be using vanilla Javascript and HTML/CSS to do this. Because our extension will be built using Javascript, this is the language which we will be using to communicate with browser api(Chrome API) But before that … Read more

Build a Discord Bot with Chat GPT 3 in Node.js

Build discord bot with chat gpt 3 in nodejs

Hello everybody, today we’re going to build a Discord BOT. In which we will integrate our Chat GPT 3. And we’re going to build this on Node.js platform but fundamentals are same, so you can apply it anywhere. What you will learn in this article: Although whatever I am gonna show you in this article … Read more

Difference between emplace_back and push_back in C++

Hi programmer’s, this is gonna be very short and simple explanation. In this article, I’m gonna explain you differences between push_back and emplace_back methods used inside vector container. Difference between emplace_back and push_back method in vector If you’re using c++ for a while, then you might have seen people using emplace_back to insert element at … Read more

Pointers and references in C++

Hi folks, today I’m going to explain conept of pointers and references in C++ in very simple terms. Pointers: Pointers variable are used to store address of another variable. And it needs to dereferenced with * operator in order to access the value stored at given location. We define pointers something like this: Declaration and … Read more

What is middleware in Node Js

Middleware is a function that is executed by the server before processing a client’s request. Middleware functions are often used to perform tasks such as authentication, logging, and serving static files. Middleware in Nodejs In Node.js, middleware functions are typically added to a server by calling the app.use() method on the Express application object. This … Read more

Arrays in C++

Arrays are made of compound data type or data structure and where elements are stored at contiguous location. which means you can access those elements using their indices. All elements in an array are of the same type. and also arrays are fixed in size, which means it can’t shrink and grow in their runtime. … Read more

Linked List Data Structure with Implementation(JavaScript)

Linked List in Javascript

Hi coders, In this article we’re going to see what Linked List is and how it works. And we’ll also see a basic implementation of it in JavaScript. Although logic is same, so you can apply it anywhere. As i already mentioned it in title that Linked List is a Data Structure but unlike an … Read more