Code To Go

Find updated snippets for common JavaScript use cases

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Code to go helps developers learning JavaScript find up to date, accurate and ready to use snippets of JavaScript code for common use cases.

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I need it inside my editor.

Pros:

Easy to use.

Cons:

Maybe if there is an extenstion for code editor would be better..

Why would you want to use this over say https://stackoverflow.com/ it'll usually end up in staggeration of information. The use-cases / snippets shared here may or may note apply to your use-case and if you knew what applies best to your use-case....? I do see a point in making a process out of this but this effort could be used to populate these questions over StackExchange or MDN and not fragment information further.

Pros:

- Copy paste friendly

Cons:

- Lack of information of where something is applicable

Thanks @_mathdotrandom! The purpose of Code to go is *not* to replace Stackoverflow, however there are plenty of use cases where the answers on stackoverflow are outdated.. even though you have the correct answer there, it's not marked as `accepted` and we can't change that.. (like this one: https://stackoverflow.com/questi...) Also most of the use cases on Codetogo point to MDN whenever possible, example: https://codetogo.io/how-to-inter... MDN is an excellent resource for intermediate to advanced developers, but beginners don't really understand that in that for example that the `Event` in `Event.preventDefault` points to the `Event` interface and that they need to reference the `event` variable (https://developer.mozilla.org/en...)
HEALTHY IS MANDATORY Hello Friends, The information you share is very interesting. I want more information from you,Thank you

This is what you would expect from StackOverflow :))

Pros:

Usability, Curated Content

Cons:

should add more conent in the future

Just added 26 more use cases 🎉

Terrific

Pros:

New tools in coding are always neat to check

Cons:

Theres no issues at all no cons from

coding content needs context -- thats why stackoverflow's system works

Pros:

it's focused on content only

Cons:

but this is where content goes to die