There are some scenarios where we have to delay the execution of a method by a few milliseconds or a few seconds. A few use-cases of this could be delaying the disappearance of an alert or warning message by a few seconds. Another example could be redirecting a webpage to another webpage and telling the user that this webpage will be redirected in X number of seconds.
The toString() method returns a string representing an object.
You might have come across this functionality in so many websites, where you see a toggle button that toggles the password visibility for you. Some websites have this as a "Show Password" button, some have a "Password Eye" icon which suggests you can click or hover over it and you will be able to see the password you typed. This "Toggle Password Visibility" is an amazing functionality when you have to give a final look at the password that you just typed.
In so many versatile ways, almost every website needs maps in some shape or form. The use cases for these could be infinite. Business websites use maps to show their business location to let potential customers where they are located. On the medical side, we are seeing maps used to show clusters of covid cases for regions and countries. I know this is sad but technology helps us to protect ourselves better. So now that we know how maps could be so important in websites when we think about maps, the first thing that comes to our mind is Google Maps. Google maps have taken over the maps market by far.
There are so many websites where you might have seen the "Copy Text" button or the "Copy To Clipboard" button. These "Copy text" buttons come in handy when you click a button and it copies the text of an input field or a textarea.
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