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This is the text of the blog post. Programmers use a lot of symbols, often encoded with several characters. For the human brain, sequences like ->, <= or := are single logical tokens, even if they take two or three characters on the screen. Your eye spends a non-zero amount of energy to scan, parse and join multiple characters into a single logical one. Ideally, all programming languages should be designed with full-fledged Unicode symbols for operators, but that’s not the case yet.

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// tailwind.css.js
module.exports = {
  purge: [],
  theme: {
    extend: {},
  },
  variants: {},
  plugins: [],
}
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Fira Code is a free monospaced font containing ligatures for common programming multi-character combinations. This is just a font rendering feature: underlying code remains ASCII-compatible. This helps to read and understand code faster. For some frequent sequences like .. or //, ligatures allow us to correct spacing.

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Getting started

Empower your NuxtJS application with @nuxtjs/content module: write in a content/ directory and fetch your Markdown, JSON, YAML and CSV files through a MongoDB like API, acting as a Git-based Headless CMS.

Writing content

Learn how to write your content/, supporting Markdown, YAML, CSV and JSON: https://content.nuxtjs.org/writing.

Fetching content

Learn how to fetch your content with $content: https://content.nuxtjs.org/fetching.

Displaying content

Learn how to display your Markdown content with the <nuxt-content> component directly in your template: https://content.nuxtjs.org/displaying.

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