Our site just got a long awaited update.
Due to an issue with the servers we needed to take down GitHub API.
We are working hard to fix our setup and switch it on as soon as possible.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Below are the top 5 browsers used last week on jsFiddle (this doesn’t count embedded fiddles).
Which versions are mostly used? Do developers think about the future?
I like when people use development version of the browser. This means experimenting with the newest features, which pushes the web forward. From above numbers it looks like “Chrome people” are the ones who aren’t afraid to do so - almost ten per cent of them are working on a version which hasn’t yet been released.
Just a launchpad at the moment, but the code is open and you’re welcome to collaborate.
Thanks to drublic.de.
Due to a recent growth the server was pushed to the limit. In the last few days more than 10,000 fiddles and 100,000 versions have been created.
During the rush hours you could experience some latency. Even though we’re still in alpha stage we want to provide the best possible service. Yesterday we’ve upgraded the server and we should be faster than ever!
You are a great community of web developers, you deserve great service.
Please let us know if you experienced any problems.
Thanks to anyone who celebrated April Fools Day with us!
There are no stakeholders. There are no Annual Meetings
Beta will even extend the features available to free accounts. There will be PRO subscriptions available for users who want even more sweets.
Today was the Annual General Meeting.
Stakeholders agreed that, once jsFiddle goes to beta, all user accounts will be by paid subscription only. Get one now, while they’re still free!
We will post an official document as soon as it will be ready
Picture modded from an original photo by Timothy Volmer
If you would like to have your framework updated - please create an issue https://github.com/jsfiddle/jsfiddle-docs-alpha/issues
For those of you who would like to test Fiddles in clean CSS environment.
POST, GIT READ and GIST READ are extended and allow to set External Resources and Normalize CSS.
Latest version added to the Fiddle object. http://doc.jsfiddle.net/api/fiddles.html
After a few bugs removed we could happily remove the IE7 force tag. IE9 users - please report all bugs to our issues page
Editor (CodeMirror) got updated from v0.92 to v0.94
ctrl+s will now Update the fiddle
Set as base cache issue finally fixed