I built a thing - Snippet Generator for VS Code, Sublime Text and Atom
Snippets — one of the most powerful features of my code editor. I use these reusable chunks of code constantly. Over the years I’ve built a huge collection of snippets for Sublime Text. Then I used Atom for a little while and eventually ended up using Visual Studio Code. All of these tools allow us to boost productivity by using custom snippets — if you’re not using them yet I highly recommend embracing the power. There is one thing that really sucks about snippets though — creating them. I found it especially painful in VS Code because it splits each line into a separated string. I decided to simplify the process a little bit…
Snippet Generator is a tiny React app that makes it much easier and more user-friendly. The source code for the app is available on Github. Don’t judge me — I’m not React expert but it’s been a fun to build something with it. If you have any ideas for improvements, suggestions or bugs to report, use Github issues please. Enjoy :-)
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Like always - great job. For sure is I`ll use it in some projects for Sublime Text or Atom. Thank you Paweł !!
Really glad you found it helpful!
This app saved my time a lot. Thank you for your great job!
I'm glad that you like it :-* Enjoy!
Great Job. Waiting for an update that covers Visual Studio
It is looking as a possible improvement — thanks for an suggestion. Have a great day.
Looks great! It's a time saver but, Tab indentation on VS code does not work. I've ESLint configured for tab indentation and changing it to space indentation every time it's a boilerplate. Can you add "\t" for tabs. Everything else is great!
I've added my first snippet by using your tool. Thanks;) (An eslintconf snippet for React)