jsFiddle: Test your code snippets live!
I am slowly, slowwwlllly coding my own mobile version of this site. I mean, there’s already a mobile version of this site (just visit it on your iPod) but it’s not exactly what I’d like. The one I’m making is not fantastic by any stretch of imagination; in fact, its little more than a glorified RSS feed. But I had a stupid issue; the images from the posts in my site were really, really too big for the iPhone’s screen, and since I was using a fixed width page (i.e. you can’t zoom in and out), this was a bit of a problem.
What you can expect
jsFiddle allows you to play with a bunch of js libraries, like MooTools and jQuery, and has a few things for convenience, too, like indenting messy code and things like that. I’ve gotten a sneak peak at some future features, like the ability to log in and save your code, and the ability to have an updating preview on a mobile device (PERFECT for me). I really can’t wait to see where this site goes from here. It’s truly an invaluable tool. Plus, it’s free. So, if you’re a web developer of any sort, check this site out.