In Angular, we have a built-in option to validate forms. But Vue offers very limited functionality when it comes to create and validate forms. To add more functionality, we have to install a separate package called Vuelidate to validate our Vue 3 application forms.
According to the Vuelidate website:
“Vuelidate 2 is a simple, but powerful, lightweight model-based validation for Vue.js 3 and Vue 2.x.”
So let’s install and use it to validate our forms.
npm install @vuelidate/core @vuelidate/validators
yarn add @vuelidate/core @vuelidate/validators
We will use the vuelidate to validate two forms. One is a login form and…
Normalization is a very important topic in the Database. For many people, it can be a little bit confusing especially the higher (4th and 5th) normal form. Most of the resources available online only cover up to the 3NF or the BCNF. There are very few resources for the 4th and 5th normal forms. So I am writing this article to explain the entire concept in a simple and easy way.
I have tried to explain the first three normal forms using the same example so the reader can understand the concept in the same context. …
We will use the Hotel Booking Demand dataset from the Kaggle.
You can download it from here:
This data set contains booking information for a city hotel and a resort hotel and includes information such as when the booking was made, length of stay, the number of adults, children, and/or babies, and the number of available parking spaces, among other things. All personally identifying information has from the data.
We will perform exploratory data analysis with python to get insight from the data.
I have used many To-Do, task management, and goal tracking apps to manage my day-to-day tasks, and plan my short goals Let’s say 1–2 months long. After switching from one app to another I just wasted a lot of my time. I could not figure out how to handle all the burden for so many pending tasks. I just kept adding a lot of tasks but could not complete many of them. This just made me frustrated.
The reason for my inability to complete the tasks was poor planning, as I could not imagine the whole picture while making plans…
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