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as indicated by title above. most open source repo project uses this so its good indicator of how useful it is

example page:

Its different than an online IDE in that it generates a random string of letters at the end of its URL, similar to

So you keep track of your repl's using URL's

like this one for instance


This is also one of the fastest ways I've found for debugging a snippet of javascript code quickly, without any form of setting up anything (cloud9 ide, Visualstudiocode,, chrome browser tools, etc)

It lets you have a version history tracker as well, very useful

You can also from what I recall use this to write code on your phone and then debug / clean up on PC

[Edited by Kagerjay, July 10]

[Edited by Kagerjay, July 10]