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yucer

Regarding your advice of reading our of code. There is a website that shows you code examples indexed from github for your code search.

I always forget the name, but it always appear when searching by code in Google.

Do you know something similar for Javascript?

It is very useful to see working examples from real life open source projects.

Unfortunately the search in github code via the web site is not very good.

I always get cloning the projects and using grep.

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Jacque Schrag Author

I'm afraid I'm not familiar with any tools like that for JavaScript, but that sounds awesome! If you think of the name, please update us!

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yucer

I think is this one: programcreek

Now I realize that it covers also Python, Java and Scala.

This is an example of a search for pytz.timezone

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