I read a lot of blogs and tutorials and I always see something really cool that I want to try myself on my local machine, but it becomes a pain having to set up an HTML document and stylesheet just because I want to test or experiment with something.
Those of you may have heard of online editors such as JSFiddle and CSSDesk. They’re both respectable and popular online editors, JSFiddle in particular is pretty good, they’ve got the ability to register for an account and you can save your ‘fiddles’ and they have access to a couple of frameworks like Mootools and jQuery.
A new ones recently been released by a woman called Lea Verou, you may have heard of her, shes a Front End Developer and shes all about CSS3, shes got a bunch of really cool experimental CSS3 libraries on her site, but enough about her shes very recently released her own and its called dabblet.
Its so new at the moment it may be a little buggy, but here’s her blog post on why she released one and how its different.
Its probably something worth bookmarking for now as it’ll eventually get better, so far I think its pretty handy and lightweight. and I like its simplicity.