We’ve all used an online JS sandbox to fiddle or try some code real quick. There are a few alternatives out there, the most notable are JSFiddle and Plunker. Personally, I prefer Plunker as it also supports Github integration and for me it’s easier to add external resources.
Well, the ES6 draft was proposed to W3C, which means it might be closed and released later this year and if you’re anything like me, you can’t wait to get your hands dirty and try out the new stuff that’s coming our way.
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