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The most exciting update this entire year at Browserling! Browserling just got a new design and a new logo. Check it out at www.browserling.com!
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More tool chaining fun - https://bit.ly/2MJvFn7 - generate 10 rows of Pascal's triangle, center it, convert to a PNG.
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You can now load tool input from URLs via ?input-url query argument. Here are some examples.

Example 1 - https://bit.ly/2HWFmuL - Load a GIF from Giphy and extract 15th frame from it as a PNG.

Example 2 - https://bit.ly/2tgdLiV - Load a good boi JPG from Imgur, flip it horizontally, convert to grayscale and change JPG output quality to 5%.

Example 3 - https://bit.ly/2HWINSb - Load digg.com/robots.txt, drop empty lines, apply a regex that extract just url values, drop non-urls, and then sort them.

Bonus example 4 - https://bit.ly/2teX47d - Image tools can load images from data-uris. In this example I load a base64-encoded 16x16 pixel image and resize it to 64x64 pixels, then pixelate the result, make the image transparent, crop it to 192x64 pixels, add "Hot!" italic text to the right.

More information about this new feature in my blog post - www.catonmat.net/blog/load-tool-input-from-urls/

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Sneak preview of the next online tools site - www.onlineIMAGEtools.com - all possible image operations in your browser.
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I can't stop chaining my online tools! Here are a few more chaining examples.

Example 1: Generate 6 results from "[a-f]{8} [0-9]{8}" regex, sprintf the results using "%s:%d" format, then left-pad the result - https://bit.ly/2LPG4MP.

Example 2: Convert CSV to JSON, then convert JSON to TSV, then convert TSV to YAML, then minify YAML - https://bit.ly/2l8lHz6.

Example 3: Transpose TSV, append a column at the end, ROT13 the data, and then URL-encode the result - https://bit.ly/2HMcJA7.

More examples in my blog post - www.catonmat.net/blog/chaining-online-tools/
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More interesting tool chaining examples:

Example 1: Generate random JSON that contains only arrays of boolean values, strip all whitespace, and display it in JSON syntax highlighter - https://bit.ly/2sF1QLU.

Example 2: Generate 4 random calendar dates from 2010 to 2020, add a word "at" between date and time, add text "(don't be late)" at the end of each date - https://bit.ly/2sPjnjK.

Example 3: Prettify XML, then syntax highlight it, then convert XML code to a screenshot, then pixelate the screenshot - https://bit.ly/2sGSj6V.
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Sneak preview of an awesome feature I just added to online tools - all tools can now be chained together - output of one tool becomes input of another tool, and you can do it as much as you want.

Here's an awesome example: https://bit.ly/2kV3epz

This takes ASCII art of a cat as input, converts it to image, rotates image 30 degrees, flips image horizontally, adds a border around image, and fills transparent regions with red color.

Here's another example: https://bit.ly/2JoIWzn

This takes text as input, converts it to raw bytes, splits it into lines, centers lines, and then replaces all 1's with x's.

Another example: https://bit.ly/2M7iUT1

This generates a random PNG, rotates it -45 degrees, sharpens it by 200%, then blurs it with pixel radius 10.

And one more: https://bit.ly/2JBPxtr

This one generates 50 Fibonacci numbers, picks 5 random numbers from these 50, converts them to hex, and joins them in a list with a comma.

More examples soon, this is too fun!
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I just released the 12th site in Browserling's online tools network! It's Online ASCII Tools.

www.onlineASCIItools.com

Online ASCII Tools is a collection of simple, free and easy to use utilities for working with ASCII charset. There are no ads, popups or other garbage. Just ASCII utilities that work in your browser. Load ASCII chars and instantly get result!

The 11th site was www.onlineJPGtools.com for working with JPG images.

The 10th site was www.onlineHEXtools.com for working with hexadecimal data.

The 9th site was www.onlinePNGtools.com for working PNG images.

The 8th site was www.onlineBINARYtools.com for working with binary numbers, zeros and ones.

The 7th site was www.onlineYAMLtools.com for working with YAML configs.

The 6th site was www.onlineTSVtools.com for working with Tab Separated Values data.

The 5th site was www.onlineRANDOMtools.com for doing random things.

The 4th site was www.onlineSTRINGtools.com with dozens (soon hundred+) of utilities for working with strings.

The 3rd site was www.onlineXMLtools.com for working with XML documents.

The 2nd site was www.onlineJSONtools.com for working with JSON data.

The 1st was www.onlineCSVtools.com for working with Comma Separated Values data.

The next sites in the network are onlineHASHtools, onlineGIFtools, onlineMATHtools, onlineIMAGEtools, onlineBROWSERtools, onlineAUDIOtools, onlinePDFtools, onlineCRYPTOtools, onlineFILEtools, and then 10 more websites.

More info about the tools network in my announcement blog post: www.catonmat.net/blog/online-tools/
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I just released the 11th site in Browserling's online tools network! It's Online JPG Tools.

www.onlineJPGtools.com

Online JPG Tools is a collection of simple, free and easy to use utilities for working with JPEG images. There are no ads, popups or other garbage. Just JPEG utilities that work in your browser. Load a JPEG and instantly get result!

The 10th site was www.onlineHEXtools.com for working with hexadecimal data.

The 9th site was www.onlinePNGtools.com for working PNG images.

The 8th site was www.onlineBINARYtools.com for working with binary numbers, zeros and ones.

The 7th site was www.onlineYAMLtools.com for working with YAML configs.

The 6th site was www.onlineTSVtools.com for working with Tab Separated Values data.

The 5th site was www.onlineRANDOMtools.com for doing random things.

The 4th site was www.onlineSTRINGtools.com with dozens (soon hundred+) of utilities for working with strings.

The 3rd site was www.onlineXMLtools.com for working with XML documents.

The 2nd site was www.onlineJSONtools.com for working with JSON data.

The 1st was www.onlineCSVtools.com for working with Comma Separated Values data.

The next sites in the network are onlineASCIItools, onlineHASHtools, onlineGIFtools, onlineIMAGEtools, onlineBROWSERtools, onlineAUDIOtools, onlinePDFtools, onlineCRYPTOtools, onlineFILEtools, and then 10 more websites.

More info about the tools network in my announcement blog post: www.catonmat.net/blog/online-tools/
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