I am excited that massCode is released to version 1.0.
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. This is also my first experience in developing applications on Electron.
I was inspired by applications like SnippetsLab, Quiver, Boostnote.
SnippetsLab & Quiver are native MacOS applications. Boostnote is a cross platform application because it is written using Electron. Inside Boostnote, it uses React.
I also took Electron as a basis to provide cross platforming. Since I'm a big fan of Vue, my app seems to be written in Vue.
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.
I hope that my app will be useful to someone.
This repository is outdated and no longer maintained. A new version of massCode is available! https://github.com/massCodeIO/massCode. A free and open source code snippets manager for developers.
Project is no longer maintained, and may have bugs and security issues. Feel free to fork but no pull request or security alert will be answered.
This is the repository for massCode v1. A new version of massCode is available in this repository.
A free and open source code snippets manager for developers.
Built with Electron, Vue & Monaco editor.
Inspired by applications like SnippetsLab and Quiver
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:
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…
Best regards, Anton.