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Welcome to my 32nd translation for the Node.js project!
Today I started a new file codes/sentences alternated pretty difficult and interesting.
I have met many terms that I didn't know and that I'll discuss below in a new format entry like I said in my previous post about changes!
Keep reading to check out more about this new translation report!
Given its importance, its translation into many languages is almost due.
I'll use my skills to make an high quality translation and maybe to learn something more about Node.js world.
This is my 32nd translation for the Node.js project.
Today I started a new file full of pretty difficult words, sentences and codes: modules.md!
This file is about modules in Node.js, their functions and how to use them.
My translation alternated between codes and sentences, some easy some a little more complex.
I've met many new words and terms, just at the right time, as from today I want to add a new format entry to my post structure.
The final result is more than satisfactory even if the file is not finished yet: 1805 total words and 1238 clean words.
In this 32nd part I translated about what are the modules and what they are for, then I started to deal with the different paragraphs:
- Accessing the main module
- Package Manager Tips
- Core Modules
- File Modules
- Folders as Modules
What did I learn new?
- Directory Structure - What is a Directory Structure and what is its role in modules.md with filenames: it is the way a file system and its files are displayed to the user.
- Cyclic Dependencies - What is a Cyclic (or Circular) Dependency and how to manage it through modules.md: it is a relation between two or more modules which either directly or indirectly depend on each other to work properly.
- Symlink or Symbolic Link - What is a Symbolic Link or better Symlink and what is its role in modules.md: it is a term for any file that contains a reference to another file or directory in the form of an absolute or relative path and that affects pathname resolution.
- Environment Variable - What is an Environment Variable and how it works in modules.md: it is a dynamic-named value that can affect the way running processes will behave on a computer.
- Source Language: English
- Target Language: Italian
- Experience: You can check my experiences into my translator application
- Total Words: 1805
- Clean Words: 1238
Proof of Authorship
Feedback & Conclusion
A file as usual very interesting and full of useful and new information.
What do you think about it? Do you like my new format entry? Did you know about what I learn today?
Let me know, leave a comment below!
Thank you very much for your time and see you in the next post with more changes and news! ;)