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Gagandeep Singh
Gagandeep Singh

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How do you keep handy code snippets on local computer in readily searchable form ? what tools do you use ?

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Hi Gagandeep!

Instead of keeping my handy code snippets in my local computer, I upload it to Github.

Here's what I'm talking about!

github.com/jjjjcccjjf/dev-cheat-sheet

I've created a dev cheat sheet for me and my team at work. Of course, everyone can also use it and contributions are open (but I haven't set up any rules about this yet though!)

And also, tools like Boostnote is a good candidate for note-taking code snippets for you and your team!

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Gagandeep Singh Author

Thank You for reply,

Boostnote is nice one.Great

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Andy Zhao (he/him)

I use VS Code, and if I open a specific file in a different directory, VS Code lets me open that file again, in that same directory. I've been doing this for a while and it's super helpful.

Here's a gif example:
test

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DECS

Not sure if you have found a useful tool yet.

Try our DECS decentralized application, an all-in-one workspace to manage code snippets and protect sensitive data.

Chrome extension to capture code snippets on the go.
Demo: youtube.com/watch?v=1goz6YAGI5Q

Features:
Security - End-to-end encryption
Modern UI - Search, Share and Embed
Decentralised - Own your data

FREE to use!

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Ian bradbury

Dash

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Documentation + Snippets

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