As a registered, certified, bona fide card with Mac geek, I have saved more than my fair share of code snippets over the years.
All codec applications do so. Otherwise they would not be called code snippets.
The other thing these apps do is stop being updated regularly. I guess, because the code snippets are a small part of the app development business, often a work of love (someone needed a code chip app to do this or the other than the apps of others), rarely costs a lot, but eventually it goes I am lonely and frustrated. Check the Mac App Store and search for & # 39; excerpt & # 39 ;. Most are abandoned by the developer.
Here's one I like and it's cheap. It's called the Code Snippet. Original, no? My concern is that it is so affordable (another word for "not loaded with features") that it will die on the vine, so many of my previous code snippets have done. I fire a grape and end up with a raisin.
There is not much code to code. Create code categories in the left sidebar, click Add new button to add a new snippet of code (usually by copying and pasting from another app) and name it, click the name to view the code and copy it to the Mac clipboard .
It's about it.
Did you get a cut you don't need? Click on the delete stone. The code snippet requirement for fame appears to be the embedded code editor that handles over 100 different code languages and syntax. Here is the list.
Honestly, I can't tell about all these languages s has different syntax, but more is better, right? The code snippet has 32 different color display themes, but it doesn't add or detract from the basics – a gigantic list of snippets, easily accessible in a few clicks.
Not bad for the money but without choice import my current library of code snippets and it would be helpful to get a way to automatically copy the selected code to the clipboard. The ACE editor is fine, but everyone who already has tags has many editors.
But, as said, not bad for the money.