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IS there a way to search among the community for JSFiddle specific code?

Fiddles that would have been tagged by categories, for example.

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Because JsFiddle does not provide any tags to save in our fiddles we can't categories them. You can use the API of JsFiddle doc.jsfiddle.net/api/fiddles.html though you can't get the required result But you'll definitely some thing useful. – xK0nB1n Aug 22 '14 at 7:21
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Yes, there is a way.

Go to google.com and type

site:jsfiddle.net <search term>
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I think this is not possible per se. If you know a user's name, it seems that you can list that user's fiddles. See the jsfiddle API for an example. This one is straight from their docs -- The URL structure is:


And their example is http://jsfiddle.net/api/user/zalun/demo/list.json?callback=Api&sort=framework&start=5&limit=5

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