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#4 Product of the DayApril 04, 2019
Try out *any* code example on the web with just one click πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»πŸ–±οΈ
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Hey devs on PH! The easiest way to get started with anything new is with examples - and the chrome extension lets you try out *any* code example on the web with just one click. Prompts are added in GitHub Gists, and the NPM Registry, but you can run any code you find by selecting it and hitting `Try on` in the menu πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» I'm looking forward to hear what y'all think :)
@jajoosam looks great !!! BTW which programming languages are supported ?
Really like this tool! But it does not always seem to work. For instance, if I copy these lines of code from stackoverflow: var mydata = [{ name: "Ram", Id: 1 }, { name: "Shyam", Id: 2 }, { name: "Akhil", Id: 3 }]; searchKey = 2 var selectedData = mydata[ (item) { return item.Id; }).indexOf(searchKey)]; console.log(selectedData) And use the extension to go to, the code is gone. 🧐
@jake_prins Hey! Right clicking the code, selecting Try on - and then entering `nodejs` as the language should work. I'll be adding aliasing soon, which will make entering just `javascript` work too :)
@jajoosam cool, would be nice to just type 'javascript' or 'js', or maybe a select field that will also remember your last selected language. πŸ˜‰ I will probably only use it for javascript so not having to type the language could be a nice improvement.
@jake_prins Ah I see - that makes sense! Will add soon and let you know :)
@jake_prins It's live! We'll have the language to the one you use a couple of times by default πŸš€
@jajoosam Nice! Great job on implementing this so fast πŸ™Œ
Love your app! Keep doing well!
How does this thing work? Are you using their API?
@hackerkid This is an official extension from :)
Awesome work guys. Keep it up.