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    [–] Nike+ RN App ported to web using RN Dom BizCaus 2 points ago in reactjs

    While they share the same API, their implementations could not be any more different. The largest difference I'd say is that RNW has a dependency on react-dom while RNDom has a dependency on react-native. Somebody posted this diagram to show off the differences in RND's issues: https://i.imgur.com/4O8eXsE.png

    [–] Facebook moving away from React Native? BizCaus 4 points ago in reactjs

    Uhhh the marketplace feature is apparently mostly done in React Native...

    https://twitter.com/Vjeux/status/1003125015565352960

    [–] Showoff Saturday (June 02, 2018) BizCaus 4 points ago * (lasted edited 17 days ago) in javascript

    A little over a week ago I announced my attempt at a full port of React Native to the web: React Native DOM. It shares the same multithreaded architecture, layout engine (Yoga compiled to WebAssembly), and DX (projects are built using the metro bundler). Still very experimental but early results are very promising.

    EDIT: For some reason the links aren't being highlighted in the reddit redesign:

    Repo: https://github.com/vincentriemer/react-native-dom

    Demo: https://rndom-movie-demo.now.sh

    [–] React Kanban - A Trello-like app built with React and Redux BizCaus 13 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago) in reactjs

    That's more difficult than you think, and impossible to get perfect due to how iOS Safari does the document-level scrolling. Best results I've gotten are from making the entire page position: fixed but that's obviously not an ideal solution.

    Edit: Webkit bug for reference

    [–] Chrome 65 - What's New in DevTools BizCaus 1 points ago in webdev

    I don’t know if it’s the same issue, but I noticed that the gpu performance in canary is currently way better than stable on OS X so perhaps they have addressed it.

    [–] The Average Faces of 42 Different Subreddits [OC] BizCaus 1 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    Nice work!

    Seems like you noticed the big hurdle of doing this automatically (not many front-facing images). For comparison's sake here's my script's result for r/beautifulfemales

    [–] The Average Faces of 42 Different Subreddits [OC] BizCaus 41 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    I really don't have the time to document it or provide support, but if you're interesting in just reading the extremely ugly code (this was just a weekend side project): https://gist.github.com/vincentriemer/70a49c8fb8d15719638aac83dc2c7c9e

    [–] The Average Faces of 42 Different Subreddits [OC] BizCaus 3 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    Can't forget for them to be mirin there needs to be somebody being mired, which leads to an interesting result: https://i.imgur.com/CG5Otd2.png

    [–] The Average Faces of 42 Different Subreddits [OC] BizCaus 5 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    Luckily Reddit makes it easy with their API, I specifically used this library for traversing all the posts

    [–] The Average Faces of 42 Different Subreddits [OC] BizCaus 4 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    One aspect I think a lot of people are overlooking is lighting (highlights vs shadows and the average between them)

    [–] The Average Faces of 42 Different Subreddits [OC] BizCaus 3 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    Well they're alphabetically ordered, and the selection was a mix of ones I frequent, searching for more niche examples I don't frequent and looking for a high rate of faces, and suggestions from friends.

    [–] The Average Faces of 42 Different Subreddits [OC] BizCaus 19 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    Likely due to the fact that most posts involve a before & after photo

    [–] The Average Faces of 42 Different Subreddits [OC] BizCaus 6 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    I did no editorialization to the input, it is purely any found faces in the image posts of a subreddit.

    [–] The Average Faces of 42 Different Subreddits [OC] BizCaus 132 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    Unless there is a bias in dlib's facial detection model, the script does not do any filtering based on pixel values.

    One thing that I think isn't very obvious but is important in this averaging is lighting. When photographing a POC there tends to be a lot of contrast between the shadows to the highlights, and since we're averaging the pixel values, the overall result would be the middle value between the lightest and darkest values.

    As an extra datapoint here's one of r/blackgirlpics

    [–] The Average Faces of 42 Different Subreddits [OC] BizCaus 68 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    Nope, the script will scrape through as many posts as it needs to until it has collected 50 faces for each subreddit

    [–] The Average Faces of 42 Different Subreddits [OC] BizCaus 172 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    Sorry about that, it's a typo and like everyone suggested it is supposed to be r/IASIP