Midnight caught me again without a subject, so I thought how would be a similar situation for a programmer – no inspiration, no ideas, or simply no tool to get things in motion? While I can’t help you with the first two (try your favorite music, that always gets me started when I’m out of energy/ideas or both), JS-CodeView may be an interesting tool to tell you about…

… and since I’m not the one behind it, I’ll just be extremely lazy and give you some of that official mumb-jumbo found on the JS-CodeView homepage: “Use this script to convert your HTML PRE tags into a code viewer with realtime syntax hilighting. You can create as many viewers as you want within your HTML page.” I guess that’s pretty straightforward, don’t you think?

Well, in case the above sounds interesting, you may also want to know that JS-CodeView 1.0, released a few days ago, was tested and works like a charm with IE/Opera/Firefox and Chrome, all in Windows. Currently, the code viewer supports JavaScript, PHP, HTML and CSS, with more to come in the future, I guess. The source code archive is only 5.5 KB and this piece of code is freeware for non-commercial use. That’s all, folks! 😉

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