Contents tagged with ForkCan
Note: This blog posts is based on the ASP.NET MVC 3.0 Preview 1.
If you didn't know, you can get the code you have posted on ForkCan.com and include it to your blog posts or sites. The following is an instruction (The Instruction itself is included from ForkCan.com):
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ForkCan is now available, you can read more about ForkCan here. If you have an idea of a code, or want to see if it can be improved, want to find code for your project etc or talk about code. Then ForkCan is a place for you..
I have worked on a project for a while now, I call it ForkCan and can be found on the following URL www.forkcan.com. ForkCan is all about sharing code in a social way. I have notice that several developers on twitter paste pointers to sites like paste-it.net to share some code with others, and to get feedback on the code. I moved this a little bit further and created a similar site BUT! I also want to make sure developers can learn from each other, discuss the code with each other and much more. There are so many great code examples shared and distributed on the web, but to find them we need to search for it and it’s spread around different blog posts, forums etc. I wanted to create one place where developers can add the code, make a repository of codes where everyone can find great code to be used in a project. I also created ForkCan to save my own “good to have” code snippets, so I can find it easy and and copy and paste it into my projects. You may wonder why I call it ForkCan? It’s because it can be used as a can of forks ;) Fork in Software development is about taking an existing code and make development on it. So with ForkCan you can share your code, someone else can make it even better by making a Fork of it. The idea of ForkCan is to help each other to be better developers. The site also is a great tool for the Copy & Pasters.. ;)