Has anyone heard about CFFiddle, which be announced in CFSummit 2016?
I can't see any update around. Any clue?
I haven't heard anything about it, but I did some Google searching.
It probably won't be called CFFiddle because there is a trading company that has registered www.cffiddle.com.
However, there is a website called TryCF that appears to be a ColdFusion fiddle.
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TryCF has been around for a long time. Never heard of anything else about CFFiddle.
I just created an account on TryCF (I had never heard of it, until today.) Seems very interesting, and it has available CF10, CF11, CF2016, and various versions of Lucee. Nice.
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Thanks WolfShade and Haxtbh,
The reason I searched this is because this has been announced in CF Summit 2016 Keynote on day 1. Just read the video last weekend and do some search. CFFiddle doesn't show up but TryCF.
As mentioned in the keynote, CFFiddle should be from Adobe.
TryCF.com is solid. I use it for testing how a function or tag might differ between engines or versions. If I remember, CFFiddle was meant to solve another problem, which was sharing bits of common code, etc.
Are there NO other login options?
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You are right Nic, but where is it now?
we are working on gmail login as well , will be updated soon
Not trying to sound snarky, but.. what about people who would rather have a plain old login/password access instead of tying it to an email account or (anti-)social network account?
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Actually, why login at all?
For simplicity reasons I prefer to login via various services like google, twitter or github.
Have no facebook, whatsoever.
Well, the obvious reason is so that you can save your fiddles. And it also allows for other users to reach out to you if some kind of message system is implemented.
I have only one anti-social account, and that's only because Google requires it in order to install anything on an Android phone from the Play Store. But I am not comfortable tying anything like that to any other account. Give me the ability to create an account with login/password, great. But I will not be using "Log In With.." for anything. Ever.
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