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lut 5 2012 Szukając ostatnio jakiegoś fontu do nowego projektu natknąłem się przypadkowo na serwis Fontdeck.com , który oferuje płatny dostęp do fontów w „chmurze”, umożliwiając ich zastosowanie na naszych blogach, czy też innego rodzaju witrynach. Po bliższym zapoznaniu się z jego ofertą śmiem twierdzić, że jest on doskonałą alternatywą dla tak dobrze znanych serwisów jak Typekit , czy Google Web Fonts .
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I loved JSFiddle ever since I first used it. Being able to test something almost instantly and without littering my hard drive opened new possibilities for me. I use it daily for experiments, browser bug testcases, code snippet storage, code sharing and many other things. However, there were always a few things that bugged me: JSFiddle is very JS oriented, as you can tell even from the name itself JSFiddle is heavily server-side so there’s always at least the lag of an HTTP request every time you make an action. It makes sense not to run JS on every keystroke (JSBin does it and it’s super annoying, even caused me to fall in an infinite loop once) but CSS and HTML could be updated without any such problems.