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Add client-side indecent content checking to your React Native app using NSFWJS and TensorFlowJS
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This video is for people who have little understanding of React and Apis. We're going to be creating a small application in React that calls the Hackernews Api. We'll be looking at React memo, Axios (to make Api calls), styled components, and finally we will test our work using React Testing Library.
In this video we will learn about how to use Redux with React for managing our application state. We will learn redux by not theory but we will learn redux by making an application using React!