A tree is a data structure consisting of a set of linked nodes representing a hierarchical tree structure.
Retrieves a set of properties indicated by the given selectors from an object.
Closures are used frequently, yet often misunderstood. Understanding them in depth is crucial to be able to write clean, maintainable code.
A binary tree is a data structure consisting of a set of linked nodes representing a hierarchical tree structure, in which each node can have at most two children.
Returns the human-readable format of the given number of milliseconds.
Creates an object containing the parameters of the current URL.
Classifies a data point relative to a labelled data set, using the k-nearest neighbors algorithm.