This is mind blowing. With GPT-3, I built a layout generator where you just describe any layout you want, and it generates the JSX code for you. W H A T

2:01 PM Β· Jul 13, 2020

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I only had to write 2 samples to give GPT-3 context for what I wanted it to do. It then properly formatted all of the other samples. There were a few exceptions, like the JSX code for tables being larger than the 512 token limit.
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If I wanted it to write output plain HTML/CSS instead of JSX, all I would have to do would be to re-write my 2 initial samples in HTML/CSS. Then all of GPT-3's outputs would be in plain HTML/CSS.
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Replying to @sharifshameem
Dang, how did you end up getting access to it?
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Replying to @sharifshameem
this is why I procrastinate on learning to code
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procrastinate learning to code, prioritize learning to build
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Replying to @sharifshameem
Unbelievable! Are you going to do a public demo?
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Need to figure a few things out first, but that's the plan!
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Replying to @sharifshameem
Holy shit. This legit caught me off guard. I’m an idiot for having been cynical of the GPT project. Wow.
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is this a hoax? i don’t believe it
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it's gotta be real; they asked for a button and it returned a set of nested divs. it has shouldered the norms of the practice.
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