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Code Notes + Hacktoberfest = ❀️

lauthieb profile image Laurent Thiebault πŸš€ ・1 min read

πŸŽƒ Happy #Hacktoberfest 2019 everyone! πŸ’™

In order to celebrate this first day, I would like to show you that Code Notes is ready for this hacktoberfest!

What is Code Notes?! πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ

Code Notes is an open source code snippet manager to increase our productivity!
If you want to know more about it, I invite you to read my previous article on DEV.to:

Code Notes wants to evolve, so let's contribute together ❀️

Code Notes has a lot of pretty cool issues labelled "hacktoberfest": integration with Carbon, VS Code plugin, theme/colour options, sharing notes, import/export... But I don't have enough time to work on these great ideas πŸ˜”

Okay, so let's go! πŸ˜ƒ

If this is the first time you want to invest in the open source world, I strongly encourage you to read the official Hacktoberfest website.

After this, you can check all of our issues labelled "hacktoberfest" here.

Code Notes hacktoberfest's issues

Thanks a lot & Happy Coding! 😍

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A simple code snippet & gist manager for developers built with Electron & Vue.js πŸš€


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A simple code snippet & gist manager for developers built with Electron & Vue.js πŸš€

https://lauthieb.github.io/code-notes

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Overview

The aim of this project is to make us more efficient by offering a pretty cool tool : a kind of notepad for our code πŸ˜ƒπŸ“

Demo

Code Notes

Download

Go the the download section of our website to download Code Notes on your OS.

Contributing

For the moment, the project is pretty young. But if we work together to build the "bloc-notes" we dream, we can build pretty things for sure !
So, feel free to contribute. Follow this guide πŸ€“

Build Setup

# install dependencies
npm install
# serve with hot reload at localhost:9080
npm run dev
# build electron application for production
npm run build
# run unit & end-to-end tests
npm test

# lint all JS/Vue component files in `src/`
npm run eslint

Roadmap to V1.3.0 πŸ’ͺ🏻

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Discussion

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Nice! Downloaded and created my first issue.

Feature request: "Frequently used file types" #91

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe. I can tell I'm going to want to use the same programming languages pretty consistently. It would be nice if I were presented with frequently/recently used ones.

Describe the solution you'd like Next to the dropdown, there could be a couple clickable options.

Describe alternatives you've considered Alternatively, having a typeahead instead of a dropdown could make this less necessary (though still might be useseful)

Additional context

Screen Shot 2019-10-01 at 4 48 27 PM

I'll poke around and try to make a pull request sometime soon. Looks nice!

 

Oh! Thanks a lot Ben for trying it & I really like this feature request.
Hope someone can help me make this available! πŸ’‘