in this tutorial we will work with sublime 3 and macros. A macro works almost like a function. We use them like functions and we can use arguments to pass variables to alter or individualize several parameters inside a  macro.

But instead of returning any values or executing any code, a macro is “printing” the whole code from inside it, whenever and wherever it gets called.

So we can use macros like factories to even create other functions, callbacks or any other code fragments. Preferably whenever we have repetitive code patterns so that we don’t have to write them again and again. Read more »