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Use SourceKit to edit Dropbox files in Chrome

Updated on August 8, 2012

Sometimes you're not at a computer to access your Dropbox files or you don't have the proper word processor--when all you need is the basics! Enter SourceKit!


If you host any kind of html files in Dropbox then you definintely want SourceKit. When you host html files in Dropbox, you can use those to display Adsense on other sites, host your twitter updates, or even your own webpages.


You can edit the html file, save it, and it's automatically updated in Dropbox and pushed out whereever the file is published. This is invaluable for me. Trying to re-edit my html files in TextEdit always messed them up. SourceKit saves me the trouble.


SourceKit | in the Chrome Web Store

SourceKit in the Chrome Web Store
SourceKit in the Chrome Web Store
Screen Shot of SourceKit inside Chrome Browser
Screen Shot of SourceKit inside Chrome Browser

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