Sometimes we need to test a piece of code outside the context of a project, there are many services that, jsFiddle, CodePen, and thousands more.
The problem with these services is that many times we prefer to make changes via Chrome DevTool, so we don't seize the site, only used to run our code the first time.
That's why Frontest arrives, an extension for Chrome with which we can perform the same tests but then use Chrome DevTool to edit the code.
It's faster, it's integrated to browser.
Use Chrome Dev Tool to edit your code.
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Persistent Data between Chrome accounts
- Common libraries checkbox added.
- Keeps tests in the same tab.
- Break line support
- Panel with 800px
- Charset UTF-8 Fix