The goal of JSDownloader is to have a simple way to grab the entire contents of a JSFiddle, JSBin or CodePen URL.
Try it live
Try out the live version at JSDownloader.com.
Clone the repo locally: git clone https://github.com/commadelimited/JSDownloader.git
npm install in the root of the JSDownloader directory.
node app to start the application locally.
Open your browser to
Paste in the URL of a JSFiddle you'd like to download, or click one of the links in the Recently Downloaded section to load that one up.
Files will be downloaded into your
tmp/ directory, prepended with
jsd. You should see a new directory with a name something like this:
There is very little error handling at the moment. So you might get raw errors in your console.