Nowadays, there are a variety of code playgrounds available online. Some (such as JSFiddle or JSBin) are designed with sharing in mind, which is useful for building a reduced test case to demonstrate a bug or problem you are having. Some (such as ES6 Fiddle, or D3.js Playground) allow you to experiment with a specific library or technology without the fuss of creating files or setting up a build step. And others (such as CodePen) have an additional social aspect, enabling you to show off your latest creation and get feedback from your peers.
It goes without saying that all of them are awesome and make developers’ lives considerably easier!
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