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‘Google Dev Library Letters’ is curated to carry you a number of the newest tasks developed with Google tech submitted to Google Dev Library Platform. We hope this brings you the inspiration you want in your subsequent mission!
Form your Picture: Circle, Rounded Sq., or Cuts on the nook in Android by Sriyank Siddhartha
Utilizing the MDC library, form photos in only a few traces of code by utilizing ShapeableImageView.
Foso/Ktorfit by Jens Klingenberg
HTTP shopper / Kotlin Image Processor for Kotlin Multiplatform (Js, Jvm, Android, Native, iOS) utilizing KSP and Ktor shoppers impressed by Retrofit.
Last vs Const in Dart by Sidharth Bahl
Perceive the makes use of of ultimate and const i.e. declaring a variable that doesn’t change its worth later.
Deploying ML fashions with TFServing, Docker, GKE by Chansung Park
This mission reveals how one can serve a TF primarily based picture classification mannequin as an online service with TFServing, Docker, and Kubernetes(GKE).
Google Cloud Platform Machine Studying Samples by Lynn Langit
This repo is a companion to a LinkedIn Studying course on ‘GCP ML Necessities’.
seftimie/MLessAtScale by Silviu Daniel Eftimie
MLess at Scale: makes use of BigQuery ML to create and prepare a mannequin, then exports it to GCP Storage, and at last deploys in a serverless env to Cloud Run utilizing Cloud Construct.
Automating earnings taxes with Doc AI by Holt Skinner
A manner for a pc to take all of the related paperwork and extract precisely what the IRS is in search of.
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