How long are bins kept for?
They’re kept indefinitely. In JS Bin’s early life, back in 2008, we removed them after not being seen for 3 months, but that’s long been removed. Bins are permanent.
When I change the url to a different JS Bin, it still has the old code
Click the revert button and it will reload the code from the database based on the url you requested.
Can I run a Gist in JS Bin?
How does the error checking work?
Error checking is provided by the JSHint project. Like JSLint, but maintained and with a lovely API so I could plug it into JS Bin.
Can I just show the HTML panel?
Yes. Append #html to the end of the url when sending a saved JS Bin and when the link is opened, only the HTML tab will be shown.
How do I re-run or re-render the code
Just click the ‘Preview’ button, and your entire code will re-run.
Can JS Bin respond to Ajax requests?
Yes. See the Ajax debugging video for a demo. Or, it’s as simple as removing the HTML output, saving the code, then requesting the URL via a new snippet. JS Bin will respond to Ajax requests appropriately.
I’m afraid not, but the application is open source, so if you think you can get it working - please go ahead: http://github.com/remy/jsbin
How do I delete my account?
Raise an issue with your username requested that we delete your account, and we’ll do as asked.
My question isn’t answered
Feel free to get in touch and if appropriate I’ll add it to the FAQ.