That's right! Today I decided to make my own Google Chrome extension - and I call it Stack Fiddle.
This is just the first version so the feature list is pretty short:
- Easily select code blocks to send to jsFiddle
- Choose your default framework and version
- Detect all the jsFiddle links and create links to display the embedded fiddle in the page
Since posting it to the Chrome extensions gallery I've come up with a few ideas on how to make it better (including prettifying it a little - as the logo I tried making is rubbish) but if you have any ideas then leave me a comment or send me a message on Twitter (@jbolster).
Give it a whirl and let me know if it's useful for you :) Download it at: https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/loemajeogfdlphofpdfncpbbeoenmbpm
Some future features that I'm thinking of:
- Giving it a better design/logo
- Possibly extending to other stack exchange sites (suggestions!)
- Displaying the Stack Fiddle header only on questions that have certain tags
- Enabling appending of multiple code blocks