Surendar Vinayagamoorthy

Surendar Vinayagamoorthy

DENO ANAGRAM of NODE?

DENO ANAGRAM of NODE?

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Almost everywhere I look (twitter, tech blogs and dev.to), there is DENO. I was tempted and every time I open the comments of the tweets or posts, I see that DENO is an anagram of NODE. Then started the fun of naming new runtimes with the anagrams of NODE/DENO, like ODEN.js, ENDO.js and DONE.js. The context of some were hilarious. I made few comments on them myslef, {% twitter 1261930569782321154 %}

After seeing this, I started googling A N A G R A M and found some interesting results. Then the math came in - Permutation and the things got more interesting.

One of the perks of being a developer is, we could build what we like, what excites us or what we find interesting. Started implementing the math of the Anagram and the result is, I created the site below,

Source Code: Anagram Generator | GitHub

Anagram Generator

Any comments/suggestion would be appreciated. Also I took up the #100DaysOfCode challenge in twitter, follow me here for feedbacks and some cool JavaScript tips and tricks.

 
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