What is Markdown?
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What is Markdown?

So you have probably heard of the term markdown, and wondered what exactly it is used for. In a nutshell, Markdown is a text formatting syntax that allows you to write quickly for the internet. It was created by John Gruber in 2004 and is now one of the world’s leading markup languages. The idea behind the language is that it should be easy to read internet text documents without the annoying tags that usually accompany HTML text and other web programming languages.  The thing is that if you use Skype, Reddit, and Facebook chat, the chances are that you already are familiar with Markdown, as these platforms apply a…

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What is Jsbin?
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What is Jsbin?

In simple terms, we can define Jsbin as a website that allows you to share codes with others. It can be described as a learning tool that enables you to teach and experiment using web technologies. With Jsbin, you can do a lot, from hacking full source codes, watch other people code, and equally observe the effect on the system in real-time.  It is commonly used in teaching where teachers use it to educate students on HTML, CSS, JavaScripts, and how other web languages work. Jsbin was created with blood, sweat, and tears in Brighton, England, by Remy Sharp, and is entirely available freely since it is open source.  The…

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