- Allow users to play with your code
- Get rid of Boilerplate HTML/JS/CSS Code
- Easy to embed in the blog
- Easy to share on social media
- Available anytime, anywhere
- Ease of Reference
- Code Quality Check using JSHint
- One click formatting
Allow users to play with your code
Get rid of Boilerplate HTML/JS/CSS Code
While preparing code for doing demos or presenting code samples, I had to write (cut/copy/paste) boilerplate code related with including JS/CSS/HTML. With JSFiddle, I could quickly get started and present only relevant code samples on my blog, thereby, getting rid of boilerplate code. This makes it easier and faster for me to come up with code samples and related blog.
Easy to embed in the blog
This is one cool feature that a blogger could use to display HTML/CSS/JS code along with result in his blog. JSFiddle allow the usage of “iframe” for embedding the code samples in any page.
Easy to share on social media
One could share the code written with JSFiddle on various social media as they present a share-able hyperlink for each “fiddle”.
Available anytime, anywhere
This is another cool feature for the blogger. I have been working on code samples from different desktops/laptops at my office and home and felt constraint with the fact that I had to take the code to different devices for me to continue my work. This is where JSFiddle comes very handy. You have the code with you anytime, anywhere and you are ready to continue your work on your blog.
Ease of Reference
At times, you require to use one or more piece of code from existing programs in your new program. Since everything is online with JSFiddle, it becomes so very easy to refer.
Code Quality Check using JSHint
One click formatting
After you are done with coding, JSFiddle let you do one-click formatting of code in all windows (JS/CSS/HTML). This is quite helpful when presenting code on your blog.
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