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massCode – An open source code snippets manager is out to v1

antonreshetov profile image Anton Reshetov Updated on ・1 min read

Hi there,

massCode developer here.

I am excited to introduce my app.

The goal of creating this application was mostly my own growth as a developer. Also, I wanted this project to absorb the best of such applications already on the market (both free and paid). At the same time, I wanted this project to be an open source project.

The main feature is a modern editor - Monaco, which is used in VS Code. Among the advantages of the editor are rich IntelliSense, validation for TypeScript, JavaScript, CSS, LESS, SCSS, JSON, HTML. For more productivity, Emmet was added.

The next feature is the tray assistant, which can be called with the help of hotkeys, thus having quick access to the snippets collection from any application.

I'll be glad to hear your feedback!

https://masscode.io/

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A free and open source code snippets manager for developers.

massCode

A free and open source code snippets manager for developers.

GitHub Workflow Status GitHub package.json version GitHub All Releases GitHub

Built with Electron, Vue & Monaco editor.
Inspired by applications like SnippetsLab and Quiver

Official Website | Documentation | Change Log

Supporting

massCode is open source project and completely free to use.

However, the amount of effort needed to maintain and develop new features for the project is not sustainable without proper financial backing. You can support massCode development via the following methods:

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Overview

The goal of creating this application was mostly my own growth as a developer. Also, I wanted this project to absorb the best of such applications already on the market (both free and paid). At the same time, I wanted this project to be an open source project.

massCode allows you to organize snippets using multi-level folders as well as tags. Each snippet has fragments - tabs, which gives even greater level of organization

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Anton Reshetov

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I'am a self taught frontend developer who started his journey into the world of JS at 30, founder of MySigMail.

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