1. Code Collector Pro
Lets you easily organize, use and share code snippets using a clean Mac-like interface. You can store snippets of code and retrieve them with a few keystrokes.
Is a clean and simple application that makes your code snippets—as well as clippings and files—available at your fingertips. You just do a single click or press a single keystroke and you have your snippet.
3. Snippet Monkey
Saves you countless hours by allowing you to create shortcuts for your snippets as well as phrases you frequently type. Create new snippets from the clipboard or via the easy-to-use snippet editor.
4. The Snippet Manager
Not to be confused with the other Snippet Manager below, is a free simple-yet-feature-rich application for managing snippets. In addition to storing snippets locally, you can optionally store your snippets online to access them from anywhere.
5. Snippet Manager
Is a free utility for managing your code snippets in a variety of languages: VB, C++, C#, Java, SQL, ASP, PHP, HTML, even COBOL, Assembler and Fortran. You can also use Snippet Manager to manage plain ASCII text data.
Is a free, simple, fast program which stores your code snippets so you can use them anywhere. With CodeDogg, you can synchronize snippets with all of your computers and devices, so you always have the latest versions of your snippets handy.
7. Code Bank
Is a free code snippet manager with support for a local database as well as a shared database. With the server side application you can share a code snippet library between multiple users.
Is a free basic text and code organizational tool. By using it you can save, organize and retrieve your snippets in one convenient location.
Is a free online code snippet collector tool with a clean and simple interface. The snippets are stored online and since it is web-based, you can access them from any computer, platform and browser without the need to install software.
Is a free cross-platform application that helps you manage your code snippets. It is written in Java.
Sam Deering has 15+ years of programming and website development experience. He was a website consultant at Console, ABC News, Flight Centre, Sapient Nitro, and the QLD Government and runs a tech blog with over 1 million views per month. Currently, Sam is the Founder of Crypto News, Australia.
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