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<li>To view only the JavaScript append <code>/js</code> to the url, i.e. http://jsbin.com/ujayi/js</li>
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<li><code>ctrl + 1</code> View source</li>
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<h3>When I change the url to a different JS Bin, it still has the old code</h3>
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<p>Feel free to get in touch and if appropriate I&#8217;ll add it to the FAQ.</p>
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- <h2 id="who_built_this">Who built this?</h2>
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- <p>JS Bin was built by <a href="http://remysharp.com">Remy Sharp</a> and is completely open source and available <a href="http://github.com/remy/jsbin">http://github.com/remy/jsbin</a>. If you would like to work with me on a front end development project, <a href="http://leftlogic.com/contact?message=Found%20through%20jsbin.com">please get in touch</a>.</p>
- <p>You can also follow <a href="http://twitter.com/rem">@rem</a> on Twitter where he'll tweet about JavaScript, HTML 5 and other such gems.</p>
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- <p>UX was kindly donated by <a href="http://yandleblog.com">Danny Hope</a> who also tweets <a href="http://twitter.com/yandle">here</a>.</p>
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- <h2 id="about">About</h2>
- <p><a href="/">JS Bin</a> is a webapp specifically designed to help JavaScript and CSS folk test snippets of code, within some context, and debug the code collaboratively.</p>
- <p>JS Bin allows you to edit and test JavaScript and HTML (reloading the URL also maintains the state of your code - new tabs doesn't). Once you're happy you can save, and send the URL to a peer for review or help. They can then make further changes saving anew if required.</p>
- <p>The original idea spawned from a conversation with another developer in trying to help him debug an Ajax issue. The original aim was to build it using Google's app engine, but in the end, it was <a href="http://ejohn.org">John Resig</a>'s <a href="http://ejohn.org/apps/learn">Learning app</a> that inspired me to build the whole solution in JavaScript with liberal dashes of jQuery and a tiny bit of LAMP for the saving process.</p>
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- <p><a href="">Version 1 of JS Bin</a> took me the best part of 4 hours to develop, but version 2, this version, has been rewritten from the ground up and is completely <a href="http://github.com/remy/jsbin">open source</a>.</p>
- <p><em>This webapp was built by <a href="http://remysharp.com">Remy Sharp</a> (<a href="http://twitter.com/rem">@rem</a>) of <a href="http://leftlogic.com">Left Logic</a>. <a href="http://leftlogic.com/contact?message=Found%20through%20jsbin.com">Please get in touch</a> if you're interested in working with me.</em></p>
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- <h2 id="bug_feedback">Bugs / Feedback</h2>
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- <p>Please log any issues or feedback via the <a href="http://github.com/remy/jsbin/issues">issue tracker</a>.</p>
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