Cool informative article, thanks for sharing. But I am not sure I follow the logic of removing the view code facility available to all, in most browsers. I would have thought the best way to minimise wrongdoing is to maximise transparency to users, and any facility which assists users to inspect the internal workings of things surely helps with that. So I think it would be wrong to remove that. Even though I myself can’t make much sense of the code seen in code viewer, as I am not a javascript or web developer, I would be alarmed if it was removed. At least when it is there we have some assurance that nothing is being deliberately hidden, and we have a choice of whether or not to become adept at reading what is there.


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