How To Use Code Annotations When Protecting Your JavaScript

Introduction
Last time, in Jscrambler 101 – First Use, we talked about using our 4.0 app, applying transformations, creating templates, and learning how to export transformations as a JSON file among other tips. This time we’re going to talk about Code Annotations.
What Are Code Annotations?
Code Annotations are JavaScript comments you can add to your code. They are used to change Jscrambler’s behavior when protecting your app. Sometimes the transformations that are applied to protect your code can cause performance issues or obfuscate your code in an undesired way. Code Annotations can be used to counteract these situations.

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