I suggest you ...

include javascript/jQuery support

since I believe you said the output pane is already IE/browser based, how about allowing us to point linqpad at an html file, local site, or web page, and let us run javascript snippets or bookmarklets against it for testing? Currently I've not single single decent lightweight javascript or jQuery IDE, even less if you want to test bookmarklets

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      • Neil McEwan commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Typescript editor would be amazing, possibly embed option to use clearscript .net bridge to run output js scripts

      • adam.hill commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I use Watin + LINQPad to write test scripts for my data driven web pages. It is an awesome combination!

      • Dev Net commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I use Linqpad a lot to store and run a lot of snippet programs. I have often wondered if you could... just could allow the simple html files to be displayed in the output pane. The ability to see mark up without red lines will make life a lot easier for a lot of us. [Integrating asp.net web server to run single page apps will be even cooler but I guess that would mean a lot of work]

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