A Brief History of Coding:
Google’s Security Response
Google, naturally, wants to ensure that its users are as safe as possible while utilizing its platform. As a result, the platform has compiled a list of the files that most commonly appear as malware files.
A Look into the Future
Not necessarily, as JS is still useful in the world of SEO. If you’re looking to handle smaller applications, this code can compress your data and make it easier for Google’s crawlers to comprehend.
Likewise, if you’re utilizing JS in an email marketing campaign that primarily targets Gmail users, you may find that your messages aren’t making their way into consumers’ inboxes.
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