I often find myself in situations, where I need to experiment with some code I found on StackOverflow or somewhere else.
But what if I had to install and use some external dependencies?
Well, after RunJS has been installed in my computer, things got much better.
The design of the tool is perfect, nothing distracts you from focusing on the code:
One of the most important features for me is the ability to install external dependencies with one click.
Let's say we need to quickly retrieve the data from an API and see if our code is good enough for it:
As you can see, we have not installed the
apisauce yet, so let's do that by clicking on an Install link and see what happens:
Great, we were able to install the library and now we can see the fetch results on the right. Our code is working perfectly fine.
It also comes with a lot of available configurations like:
This is not a typical tutorial from me, but hopefully you like it.
After reading this, you may notice that the vast majority of the code in the "code sections" on my blog is written in RunJS.