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I've used the stack snippets feature a couple of times today (and love it!) by answering a couple of Bootstrap questions. It would be useful to include Bootstrap as well as jQuery, D3.js and AngularJs as available external libraries.

For now I'm just doing a copy&paste from http://getbootstrap.com/getting-started/ which is the official CDN.

  • This seems like an opportunity ripe for exploitation by folks willing to create and use userscripts to customize this tool for individual authors' preferences. – Shog9 Sep 18 '14 at 21:07
  • I suppose I could make my own userscript (already got one to keep the banner at top of screen fixed to the top of the screen!) I do however wonder where the current list of libraries came from. I can get on board with jQuery and Angular, but D3? – DavidG Sep 19 '14 at 8:23
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    I had proposed a more general solution @ MSO – Tilwin Joy Oct 2 '14 at 13:53
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As you've already indicated, you can use the external library button to add any lib you'd like. You can also copy-paste CDN links into your HTML directly.

I have to go with Shog on this one. Ultimately we all have our library preferences for things like Stack Snippets, and while I wish I could dedicate time to including (and maintaining/keeping up with) 50 of them, I think that user scripts are very likely the best answer here. That way, you can have exactly what you want and customize Stack Snippets to be exactly what you're looking for!

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    The external library button doesn't really do anything useful for me other than add in the HTML elements for script/link tags. I also need to remember the CDN path for them, and for Bootstrap, there is more than one. I'd be happy with the external links popup to be modded a bit to include some popular libs, so choose from a dropdown or enter your own. Either way I'm more than happy with the feature! – DavidG Sep 19 '14 at 13:07

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