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    Default Easy way to get mvc project uploaded as fiddle?

    What is the easiest way to get an mvc project with directories uploaded? Is there any kind of dropbox like sync?

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    Currently it's manual. There isn't integration with Architect yet and there isn't a way to upload a zip and have it automatically create the fiddle for you.

    There are feature requests for both. In Fiddle 1.1 you can download it as a zip when it gets released.
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    Dropbox integration would be awesome. There API is very straight forward. simple oauth2

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    Quote Originally Posted by pkellner View Post
    Dropbox integration would be awesome. There API is very straight forward. simple oauth2
    A lot of things aren't hard... controlling the clock on the wall not going too fast is pretty hard.
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    point taken, but my clock on the wall does not have 100 million + viewers like dropbox does. if time permits, take a look at site44.com. I use that quite a bit for really fast web sharing of stuff. The nice thing is I can totally use my own editor for the files, then share them easily with others in a running state.

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