How do I test my browser code?
If you want to work with Chrome Developer Tools, simply run the HTML document in Google Chrome and right-click the HTML element you want to inspect. Click on “Inspect” and you will have the tools to run, analyze, and even debug the code.
Press Command+Option+J (Mac) or Control+Shift+J (Windows, Linux, Chrome OS) to jump straight into the Console panel of Chrome DevTools. Or, navigate to More Tools > Developer Tools from Chrome menu, and click Console tab. The error console will open. If you don’t see any errors try reloading the page.
What can you do with JSFiddle code playground?
JSFiddle is for: Demos for docs. Bug reporting (test-case) for Github Issues. Presenting code answers on Stack Overflow. Live code collaboration. Code snippets hosting. or just your humble code playground ✌🏻.
Which is an effective alternative to JSFiddle?
JSBin is an effective alternative to JSFiddle. Its features also enable users to experiment, learn, and teach. The script written and saved in JSBin by a particular user is referred to as a Bin. For every Bin, a URL is generated.