TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 7 – TGIMBA User Interface – Dashboard

Git  Code In this post, I will demonstrate how I added the existing TGIMBA Dashboard to the .Net Core 2 Angular project. First I updated the existing navigation component to have a link to each placeholder. Running the project shows the default (for now) home view Clicking on ‘Dashboard’ shows the dashboard place holder I… Continue reading TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 7 – TGIMBA User Interface – Dashboard

TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 6 – Adding TGIMBA User Interface Placeholders

Git  Code In the segment, I will create placeholders with unit tests for any of the views I anticipate needing for TGIMBA. Before I begin, I do want to point out three things: To break with the current TGIMBA, I am going to modify the dashboard to be available on both the mobile and desktop… Continue reading TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 6 – Adding TGIMBA User Interface Placeholders

TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 5 – Understanding Basic Angular Unit Testing In Preparation for adding TGIMBA User Interface

Git  Code Welcome back! This post will deal with getting the basic Tgimba angular tests running. So, I set out to run them via the gulp task runner. But since they are client side (coming from a Node JavaScript npm test perspective), this didn’t work as I expected…or at least I have figured out how… Continue reading TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 5 – Understanding Basic Angular Unit Testing In Preparation for adding TGIMBA User Interface

TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 4 – Basic Angular User Interface

Git  Code In this blog post, I am starting the ‘angularization’ of the TGIMBA .NET Core 2 User Interface (UI). Originally written with JQuery, I am opting to write it as an Angular UI because it is something new. JQuery is still around, but I have heard a lot of good things (mostly) about Angular… Continue reading TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 4 – Basic Angular User Interface

AI Track is back! A Multiple Linear Regression Algorithm To Rule Them All – Part 3 – Another Data Set

Git Code In this post, I will run another data set using the implementation I did of Dr. Brannick’s example (reference #1). This data set (references #2, #3 & #4) is a two parameter (fat and sugar) linear progression calculation to give a cereal’s rating. I created a data set of the same structure and… Continue reading AI Track is back! A Multiple Linear Regression Algorithm To Rule Them All – Part 3 – Another Data Set

AI Track is back! A Multiple Linear Regression Algorithm To Rule Them All – Part 2

Git Code Welcome back!  This is part two of the my implementation of Dr. Brownlee’s gradient descent algorithm for multiple parameters using the simple linear (aka single parameter) algorithm detailed in reference #1.  In that same blog, Dr. Brownlee said it could be extrapolated to multiiple parameters.  Let’s see if this is the case. Rewinding… Continue reading AI Track is back! A Multiple Linear Regression Algorithm To Rule Them All – Part 2

TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 3 – API Code Integration Test Complete

Git  Code Just like the Data Access Layer (DAL) posts, this will be a short blog entry.  This multi-part series is documenting the process/progress of updating TGIMBA from its ‘classic’ .NET 4.X upbringing to its .NET ‘Core’ adult-hood.  When I first started this, I was expecting there to be a lot more ‘uhhh…where did that… Continue reading TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 3 – API Code Integration Test Complete