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- bespoke code
- Bespoke code is code that is made by hand for a specific purpose. It is often re-usable, but it is generally not highly-abstracted. Compare with commodity code.
- boilerplate code
In computer programming, boilerplate code, or simply
boilerplate, is code that you find yourself writing over and over again.
An example might be the
<head>element and its contents, and the
- Often, we use templates to avoid having to type the boilerplate code repeatedly. Frameworks such as Astro will also automatically generate most of your boilerplate code.
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- An Internet bot, web robot, robot, or simply bot (an abbreviation of robot), is a software application that runs automated tasks (scripts) on the Internet, usually with the intent to imitate human activity, such as messaging, on a large scale.
- An Internet bot plays the client role in a client-server model whereas the server role is usually played by web servers.
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- In software engineering, a bottleneck occurs when the capacity of an application or a computer system is limited by a single component, like the neck of a bottle slowing down the overall water flow. The bottleneck has the lowest throughput of all parts of the transaction path.
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- A Web browser or browser is a program that retrieves and displays pages from the Web, and lets users access further pages through hyperlinks. A browser is the most familiar type of user agent.
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