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#1 Jonathon


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Posted 16 August 2011 - 2:19 PM

I found this really useful the other day. Not so much for server side work, but for working with javascript/css/html. Check it out, you can paste portions of the said languages and save the 'fiddle' which will generate you a shortened url much like bit.ly does that directs people to your fiddle. This means that you can share the fiddle with others in a live like environment, others can then manipulate your code quickly and help you debug. I think that such a tool may become very useful to the people who frequent this forum especially when Larry's JavaScript book comes out.
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