Yesterday June 20 of 2019 I watched a Blender tutorial on youtube (" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQRC_O8hEaI ") and through out I noticed an interesting detail.
In blender we can use the expression #frame to add an automatic driver to an mesh or texture value. For example you wish to rotate a mesh on the Y axis, you can manually specify it or you can press N on your keyboard and on the transformation tab that will appear, click on the Y axis rotation and write #frame plus an expression like #frame*0.25, and press enter
You’ll see that the field will change color to specify that a drive has been implemented, and if you hit play animation button, the object will rotate automatically on the Y axis.
This can also be used for the other axis as well as scale and location and any other place in blender that allow the use of drivers