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Blockspring - 9 views

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    "Build and share powerful spreadsheet tools. No more waiting on software engineers. You are the engineer. Build any workflow into a spreadsheet."
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Integrity - provide a map like overview of your web-site - 8 views

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    Using this method images, style-sheets and javascript pages can also be checked to ensure they are correctly loaded. This builds up a useful overview of how your web-site pages link together and where problems lie. Creating a visual representation of this information not only allows quick resolutions of the issues found, but also gives a method to check to overall information architecture of a site.
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JS Minifier - 1 views

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    Minimal: original algorithm but keep linefeeds if single - Conservative: original algorithm - Agressive: remove more linefeed than the original algorithm but can be regressive
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Create a new Fiddle - jsFiddle - Online Editor for the Web (JavaScript, MooTools, jQuer... - 1 views

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    Edit html, css, and javascript snippets in separate boxes with a live preview. Quickly switch between various javascript libraries and library versions via a dropdown.
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Test Swarm: Distributed Continuous Integration for JavaScript - 0 views

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    The primary goal of TestSwarm is to take the complicated, and time-consuming, process of running JavaScript test suites in multiple browsers and to grossly simplify it. It achieves this goal by providing all the tools necessary for creating a continuous integration workflow for your JavaScript project. If you are a casual user of some open source JavaScript libraries and wish to help them generate high-quality test results for their project then TestSwarm is the perfect way to get involved. Right now TestSwarm.com is open for alpha testing.
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Online javascript beautifier - 1 views

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    This beautifier can process your messy or compacted javascript, making it all neatly and consistently formatted and readable. You can always see the latest version of the code in github, and you can download the beautifier for local use (zip, tar.gz) as well.
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