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JSitor Mobile App, an alternative of JSFiddle, CodePen and JSBin

Ashvin Kumar Suthar
Founder of JSitor.com. Enjoys working in JS, CSS, and HTML.
Updated on ・2 min read

JSitor is a web tool which is used to write web snippets, along with the web version, it also supports mobile app-based editors which can be very helpful to test out our ideas whenever we are away from our laptop.

Both Android and iOS apps are built with the power of ReactNative and CodeMirror.

Download iOS App
Download Android App

What is different about JSitor app?

  • Supports TypeScript, JSX, Babel, Script Modules
  • Supports Pug document formatting
  • Supports Less, SCSS, PostCSS

  • Awesome interface an easy to use

  • In sync with the web version JSitor.com, so you can finish your unfinished work anywhere

  • Rich syntax highlights and suggestions

  • Quick keys over the keyboard

  • Easy to install external CDN libraries

  • Log in with Github to manage snippets

  • View Trending/Most viewed and Most recent snippets

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Know more about JSitor

I won't say that JSitor will be the best tool but definitely it is worth to explore. Give a try and share your feedback. We would love to hear from you guys.

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Brandon Dalton

It's a great app, but the CDN part I'm confused with. Since I'm still learning, I'm wanting to use the bootstrap CDN, but they’re so many bootstrap options. I don't have the knowledge to know which one is which, so having a brief description of each would help newbies like me navigate the app better. Also, being able to organize the snippets you make would be cool as well. Other than that, it's really solid.

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Nicholas Stimpson • Edited

It would be awesome if it had a mode to properly support the XML syntax of HTML5. It's not something that, as far as I know, any of the similar tools provide.

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Ashvin Kumar Suthar Author

Thanks Nicholas for your feedback. I am not able to understand what exactly you mean by saying “properly support the syntax of HTML5”, is there anything wrong, please let me know if there is any descrepency.

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Nicholas Stimpson • Edited

The XML syntax of HTML. See 13 The XML syntax. What used to be known as XHTML. Essentially it would mean creating a XMLDocument in the output window by passing the contents of the HTML window to an XML parser rather than to an HTML parser. All modern browsers support this, but jsbin, codepen etc don't.

You'd need to report on syntax errors that could stop the XML parser from completing the parse and only show the resulting document if the parse completed successfully.

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Fulton Browne

Great app man.

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Ashvin Kumar Suthar Author

Thanks FultonB. 👍🏻

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Ramya Yegu

It's a great app, but how yo sync mobile and web applications

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Ashvin Kumar Suthar Author

They are talking to same server 🙂