Redux and Vanilla JS

Redux is a rather famous part of the React ecosystem, but it doesn't have to be. All of the logic arguments for Redux stand on their own apart from the rendering engine you pair with it. In the past, I've emulated Redux-like data stores in Angular 1.x apps, and hand rolled solutions. They do one thing, and they do it really well, manage state. There's always arguments for spawning multiple Redux stores of the best I've heard was one store per API consumed as a cache.

UX - Autocomplete indicators vs IE & Edge clear control

This came as a shock to me, likely it may to you as well. IE & even Edge have produced a new non-standard feature!

A preview of IE & Edge's Clear control


Azure Machine Learning (ML) error: argument "env" is missing, with no default

Starting into machine learning today using Azure's video tutorials. They are a good start, but the documentation is a bit old. A few of the pieces are now renamed or replaced but generally show up well in search even if 'deprecated.'
One huge stopping point I ran into was in the deployment of web services via steps 4 and 5 of their videos. Everything 'looks' like it works fine, until you reach the testing interface. If you've followed their steps you'll come across this error:

OData criteria encoding and "'Edm.Boolean' are not compatible" issues

Did some work today with an OData system. Making an number of mistakes along the way, everything seemed normal, until I got to the this error message:
- "The types 'Edm.Boolean' and 'Edm.String' are not compatible."

It seemed to persist almost no matter what. The solution if you're here banging your head against the wall is pretty simple, if frustrating.



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