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Socoder -> Off Topic -> Tweetcart - Code in Tweets

Posted : Saturday, 07 August 2021, 04:25
Pakz
Has anyone seen those #tweetcart posts on twitter? Seems a great source of short sourcecode examples that do interesting things.
Posted : Saturday, 07 August 2021, 04:25
Jayenkai
I do like those kinds of things, but .. good grief, they're unreadable!!!

I've tried a couple of times to tweet some GotoJSE code, and .. well the examples aren't exactly astounding, but they do occasionally work.

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Posted : Saturday, 07 August 2021, 10:39
Dan
Tweetcarts are nice, i saw one or two.

There are 1k javascript demos/games/tools on https://js1k.com/ , sometime with full source code, like this one: https://js1k.com/2017-magic/demo/2758

I managed to make local run-able copies of few years, and put them on my browser's homepage.