spaCy is a Python library for natural language processing with support for part-of-speech tagging, sentence segmentation, named entity recognition, and word vector operations. Official spaCy site
spaCy excels at large-scale information extraction tasks. It’s written from the ground up in carefully memory-managed Cython. Independent research has confirmed that spaCy is the fastest in the world. If your application needs to process entire web dumps, spaCy is the library you want to be using.
Folks tend to be curious about how much real projects cost to run on AWS, so here’s a real example with breakdowns by AWS service and feature.
This article walks through the AWS invoice for charges accrued in November 2016 by the TimerCheck.io API service which runs in the us-east-1 (Northern Virginia) region and uses the following AWS services:
- API Gateway
- AWS Lambda
- Route 53
- SNS (Simple Notification Service)
- CloudWatch Logs
- CloudWatch Metrics
- Network data transfer
- CloudWatch Alarms
During this month, TimerCheck.io service processed over 2 million API requests. Every request ran an AWS Lambda function that read from and/or wrote to a DynamoDB table.
Urn is a new language developed by SquidDev, and demhydraz. Urn is a Lisp dialect with a focus on minimalism which compiles to Lua.
- A minimal¹ Lisp implementation, with full support for compile time code execution and macros.
- Support for Lua 5.1, 5.2 and 5.3. Should also work with LuaJIT.
- Lisp-1 scoping rules (functions and data share the same namespace).
- Influenced by a whole range of Lisp implementations, including Common Lisp and Clojure.
- Produces standalone, optimised Lua files: no dependencies on a standard library.
¹: Minimalism is an implementation detail.
> Opening a webpage,
> Clicking on links,
> Modifying the content…
SlimerJS is useful to do functional tests, page automation, network monitoring, screen capture, web scraping etc.
SlimerJS is similar to PhantomJs, except that it runs on top of Gecko, the browser engine of Mozilla Firefox, instead of Webkit, and is not truly headless when running with Firefox 55 or older.
SlimerJS is compatible with CasperJS 1.1!!