I recommend codepen for HTML/CSS/JS and pastebin for everything else. Both
can be used for free but also offer pro accounts with more features.
Information Products Lead
Montana State Library
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On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 1:58 PM, Terry Brady <[log in to unmask]>
> I have been using the GitPitch presentation service to embed code snippets
> into a presentation.
> In that service, the following code (using an extension of markdown)
> > https://raw.githubusercontent.com/DSpace-Labs/DSpace-
> > Workspace initialization script - already run
> > @(Before ingesting content, we need an administrator id)
> > @[36-43](Data Load Script)
> generates the following display which I find very useful.
> - https://gitpitch.com/DSpace-Labs/DSpace-rel-demo/webinar#/6/1
> Note that if you hit the space bar, the code scrolls to the designated line
> numbers referenced above.
> I would actually be curious to embed a similar code viewer on a web page
> (rather than in just a slide show).
> Are you aware of any tools or services that are able to generate an
> embedded code viewer that can reference source files from GitHub?
> Terry Brady
> Applications Programmer Analyst
> Georgetown University Library Information Technology
> 425-298-5498 (Seattle, WA)