.NET Fiddle Ideas

  1. Support ScriptCS

    ScriptCS has a syntax for loading assemblies and works better as a single file. I don't know if you plan on allowing .NET Fiddles (?...is that the plural of the thing you make in .NET Fiddle?) to load other assemblies, but I think it would be really cool to be able to do that.

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  2. Add commonly used "using" clauses by default

    I almost always want System, Linq, Collections, Generics and a few others in "using" clauses. I think they should be added to the blank default program, or maybe add a button to add them so I don't have to enter them manually.

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  3. Support unit testing frameworks

    It'd be great to be able to use this for unit tests. Specifically, I think support for NUnit and XUnit would be very useful.

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    We could create another Project type (NUnit for ex). If it is selected, Code would be divided into 2 sections: Code and Tests. Code would have the classes you need to test and Tests would have NUnit TestFixture class. Then when u run it – Output would show lists of tests and red/green next to them. Would that work? Please comment.

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  5. Extend DotNetFiddle as coding platform for interview takers to write code for the questions asked

    Need to support following:
    1. Set of predefined coding questions asked
    2. Should log number of attempts the user tried (like logging number of time Run button is clicked)

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  6. Add "ASP.NET Web Form" to list of project types

    Divide code section into ASPX and Code Behind.

    Create Web App project on the fly and build it. With Default.aspx page having the code.

    Display Default.aspx page in Output section or Popup

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