A free and open source code snippets manager for developers.

A code snippets manager developed with web technologies. It helps you create and organize your own personal snippets collection and have quick access to it.
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2 Reviews5.0/5
Hi there, massCode developer here. A new year with a new project! I am excited to introduce my app. 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. The main feature is a modern editor - Monaco, which is used in VS Code. Among the advantages of the editor are rich IntelliSense, validation for TypeScript, JavaScript, CSS, LESS, SCSS, JSON, HTML. For more productivity, Emmet was added. The next feature is the tray assistant, which can be called with the help of hotkeys, thus having quick access to the snippets collection from any application.
When I try to open it -> The application “massCode” can’t be opened. OS version = 10.15.2 (19C57)
With most web downloaded apps, I need to unlock it at the Security preferences panel, but in the case for this app, that's not an option.
@tostartafire There's already been an open issue, I'll try to figure it out. Thank you for the feedback.
Cool idea, basically a code-supported version of Mac notes. However, it's not recognizing code, changing colors, or formatting at all. Currently doesn't seem to much better than the notes app, but I have high hopes for this in the future.
@titusdecali The application recognizes and highlights the code according to the Monaco editor
@antonreshetov I see, I have to select the code type at the bottom left. Would really like it to do this automatically by folder type. Also, wish it supported Vue, but obviously that is a limitation of Monaco
@titusdecali You can set the default language for the folder, just call the context menu in the folder
I use SnippetsLab and have over 1K snippets in there. Is there any way to import SnippetsLab data to massCode?
@ozgrozer I was thinking of making future imports from apps like this, so I think it'll be possible in the future.
Looks great and would love if I could quickly use my snippets directly into my code, like through a Sublime plugin.
@felipe_otalora That's a good suggestion, I'll think about implementation. At the moment, you can use the tray assistant, for quick access. However, this feature is only available for macOS.