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Sencha recently released some nice enhancements to Sencha Fiddle, a browser-based sandbox for experimenting with the Ext JS and Sencha Touch frameworks (see my previous post about the features). The best way to learn about the new features is to experience them for yourself, but here’s a quick run-down of some of the more interesting changes:Bug Fixes
A few of the more show-stopping bugs have been fixed, including:
- You can now search for your own fiddles by author (e.g., author:existdissolve)
- Creating “data” tabs now successfully save as a part of the fiddle
- Some “un-indexed” fiddles are now back into the search results
If this is your first time visiting Sencha Fiddle in a while, you’ll notice that it’s gotten a significant face-lift. Gone is the bluey-blueness of the Neptune theme, and in its place is the new-ish “Charcoal” theme. It’s still distinctively “Neptune” in the aesthetic, but the contrast of the lime and charcoal are much more tolerable, IMO, than the unrelenting blue of stock NeptuneSharing Options
Originally, Sencha Fiddle beta offered sharing for Twitter and Facebook. This has now been expanded to include Google+. Hooray!
Additionally, you can now also grab an embed snipped for using on websites (see example More >
Hopefully, you’ve had a chance to check out Sencha Fiddle, the brand-new jsFiddle-style online tool from Sencha that makes creating an Ext JS or Sencha Touch snippet, test, or debugging script quick and easy. Since my previous post about Sencha Fiddle, the team has rolled out a number of bug fixes (data tabs save now!!), which make it that much better to use.
But even cooler, Sencha has opened up a forum dedicated to Sencha Fiddle. So if you find a bug, have a question about using Sencha Fiddle, or just want to suggest how it could be better, head on over and get involved. You can even now use BBCode to embed fiddles directly into any forum posts…pretty sweet!
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