Fiddle around (code)
jsFiddle comes with a very basic user interface that is divided in 4 parts:
- Basic HTML (omitting
<head>and everything you don’t need)
- CSS for styling
- and finally the resulting page
Then last week I stumpled upon a website called sqlFiddle, which uses the basic idea of jsFiddle, but this time for databases and queries. There you can select different database systems and start writing your SQL code.
There are several more xFiddle services that I can think of being valuable:
- Shell scripting (allowing me to choose which shell I want: csh, ksh, bash, ..)
I don’t know if there is a directory of these services (leave me a message if you know it), but anyway I hope to see more websites like that in the future.
Spread the word. Start to code.
UPDATE I: There is a Python Fiddle :-)
UPDATE II: …and Ruby Fiddle (thanks Jürg)
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