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The code snippet manager you’ve been waiting for

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And block http requests if you don’t want to redirect them


Step 1: Save the code snippet

On thiscodeworks.com or with the Save Code extension.

Step 2: Copy the URL of the snippet you want to embed.

You can get it from the address bar at the top of your browser.

Step 3: Paste the URL in your blog & press enter

After a few seconds, your snippet should auto-embed in the blog!

Here’s a video as well:

Feedback and suggestions welcome!

Email us at info@thiscodeworks.com with your suggestions on how this embedded snippet could be better.


A tutorial on how to keep user sessions saved when Heroku restarts the server so they don’t log out.


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As somebody who loves meeting people, going out and dressing up, I would never have chosen to work from home. Yet I couldn’t been happier.

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Three code snippets which I think are truly fascinating and have changed the world in recent history.

I don’t know about you, but back in school when we would study History it was the history of civilizations. From Alexander the Great to the rise and fall of the British Empire, I learned all there was about great leaders of the past and how each era impacted history.


Mishka

Creator of thiscodeworks.com \n Follow me @mishkaorakzai on Twitter. I write at mishka.codes

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