A Bot that Writes CSS Classes for HTML with Deep Learning
I played with it for a bit to see if I could get it to do anything impressively analytic. I took some semantic HTML and removed all the class names from it with the RegEx
class="[a-zA-Z0-9:;\.\s\(\)\-\,]*". I dropped the class-free HTML into the Rooster, and it did generate new classes:
But the new classes seemed entirely based on what the tag is.
<a class="link"> and such. That was without feeding it any CSS at all though. After I dropped in my whole stylesheet in a style block, I think I confused it. I got some new weird classes that weren't in my styles and stuff like
<br class="desc" />. Oh well, it's just a fun experiment I think. Naming is hard, but we should probably still be doing it for ourselves.