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Automating Front-End Development

Breaking down HTML into String Variables

Every line of code no matter what it does, can be expressed as a string variable.

Fig: 1 Every line of code can be expressed as a string variable

That is the underlying principle why we give instructions to computers using text files, aka Integrated Development Environment (IDE) — I know you must be thinking, what a fancy name for a text editor. Well, text gains super powers…

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Nicolus Rotich

Nicolus Rotich

I am a Software/Algorithmic Developer, Science Writer and Systems Thinker. Most of my content is freshly distilled from up-to-date information.

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