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4 Linux distributions for gaming

by sethkenlon
2020-05-28 03:02:00 -0400

Gaming with penguin pawns

Gaming on Linux got a thorough kickstart in 2013 when Valve announced that their own SteamOS would be written on top of Linux. Since then, Linux users could realistically expect to play high-grade games that, in the past, required the purchase of a Windows computer or gaming console. The experience got off to a modest start, with just a few brave companies like CD Projekt Red, Deep Silver, Valve itself, and others putting the Linux penguin icon in their compatibility list, but eventually, even Gearbox and Square Enix were releasing their biggest titles on Linux.

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9 open source JavaScript frameworks for front-end web development

by brson
2020-05-28 03:01:00 -0400

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About a decade ago, the JavaScript developer community began to witness fierce battles emerging among JavaScript frameworks. In this article, I will introduce some of the most well-known of these frameworks. And it's important to note that these are all open source JavaScript projects, meaning that you can freely utilize them under an open source license and even contribute to the source code and communities.

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Simplify data visualization in Python with Plotly

by Shaun Taylor-Morgan
2020-05-28 03:00:00 -0400

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Plotly is a plotting ecosystem that allows you to make plots in Python, as well as JavaScript and R. In this series of articles, I'm focusing on plotting with Python libraries.

Plotly has three different Python APIs, giving you a choice of how to drive it:

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