It's a common practice to code the phrase "Hello World!", to the screen the first time you use a new language or program. I wrote about this in an early blog post. But am updating not with syntax highlighting.
Here's how "Hello World!" is created in a few languages.
print ("Hello World!") def index(): return "Hello World!"
Well time and frameworks change, is it time to replace Hello World? What would be a suitable replacement?
What would make a dev smile to see on screen?
The classic greeting from an old mentor.
def index(): return "Hello There!"
See it looks good.
-$JarvisScript git push