Fellow Adobe Platform Evangelist (and recent ColdFusion devotee) Greg Wilson has created tBlurb.com, an app that lets you enter code and get a short URL to it for sharing (you can choose your own or let it pick it for you). The app features a rich text editor, and supports ActionScript, C++, C#, ColdFusion, CSS, Delphi, Java, JavaScript, PHP, Python, Ruby, SQL, VB.NET and XML/HTML. And Greg built it all in ColdFusion!

3 thoughts

  1. Thats pretty cool. I get a JS error when opening the code box, something about an object expected, but it doesn’t appear to break anything.
    The code isn’t syntactically highlighted until you save it and then view the page but it’s really nice when you do with line numbers included:
    Example: http://tblurb.com/TF325z

  2. This is really cool. I was reading through one of Jason Dean’s tutorials on his blog, and I was having problems with some of the code. He showed me another really cool tool that has the same functionality for debugging purposes, pastebin at pastebin.com.

  3. Thanks for the link to pastebin. It’s like an Internet version control depository that allows the public to view and change my posted code but you must sign it and I can revert it. Another helpful and useful resource, thanks again.
    Example: http://pastebin.com/d170300ef
    Anybody got any original Farrah posters laying around they don’t want?

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