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[Mac OS X] Store bits of code or notes in one place with Snippely
Posted By Tucker On January 21, 2013 @ 10:25 PM In Mac OS X | No Comments
When I want to aggregate all of my stray bits of HTML or notes to myself, I generally just toss everything into my MacBook’s Stickies application. I’ll be the first to admit it: this slapdash solution is kind of a mess. That’s why I was really intrigued when a tech blog turned me on to Snippely, an Adobe AIR application designed to organize all of the stray bits of code or notes to yourself in a single, easy-to-navigate application.
Snippely is an Adobe AIR application that organizes both text and code language in a single, central location. In Snippely, each “snippet” is composed of a title, description, and one or more ‘snips’. These snippets are stored in groups for organization and quick retrieval, and can easily be sorted.
I really love how easy it is to sort and organize all your various snippets, and the site has a really comprehensive list of troubleshooting techniques. If you have any issues related to exporting/importing info, syntax highlighting, or working with the source code, there are plenty of support threads you can review.
Admittedly, it’s been a while since Snippely got a good update. However, the program still works really well, and it is simple to navigate. Snippley is a very simple bit of software, and it is that same simplicity that makes it so darn appealing.
If you’re tired of chasing down notes or snippets of code in various locations all over your hard drive, Snippely is a good way to get organized and stay organized. It’s free, and it is very convenient.
Version reviewed: 1.1
Requires: Mac OS X and Adobe AIR
Download size: 232 KB
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