If you do anything new today, take 3 minutes to get to know jsFiddle. Why? Because if you do any web development then you’ll benefit from using it. Why 3 minutes? Because that’s all it takes to to grok what it does, how it works, and to write your first “fiddle”. If you have more than 3 minutes, I encourage you to read my short post on jsFiddle in Papa’s Perspective. Here is a quick sample:...
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