TeaCode

Write your code the smart way. Super fast πŸš€

Did you notice that writing code requires to type similar code over and over again? It might feel like waste of energy and time. πŸ€” And it can be done much faster πŸš€ with TeaCode. 🀩

It's like TextExpander for developers. Thanks to code expanders (dynamic snippets) writing code is like a dream.

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4 Reviews5.0/5

This is a great programmer's expander that is very flexible and fast. Since expansions are based on the file type being edited, I can use the same name for many different expanders. For example, I use df for `Document Function`. It will expand into my normal function documentation, but use the comments appropriate for the file type (`#` for shell, ruby, `//` for python, php, C, JavaScript, etc.).

The author has a great plan for future features as well. A really useful tool.

Pros:

quick, expansions based on file type being edited, very flexible

Cons:

Some editors will not work without a plugin. But, they have plugins for the more popular editors.

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Looks awesome! Can't wait to try!
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Wow, looks good. Downloaded and trying it now.
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I don't like your application icon. I would suggest to make the background transparent instead of whole black. lol.
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Amazing, very easy to use. I can do something with -f functionName and it will completes the function scope for me. Awesome.
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I tested on Xcode when writing iOS code, and it works perfect. However, it seems that it is not working on Android Studio. I installed the IntelliJ plugin, still no luck.
@shantianyun If you installed IntelliJ plugin, keep in mind that you need to press ctrl+cmd+e (plugins have different shortcut).
@m_krzywonos Yes, I noticed that. I tried ctrl+cmd+e, but nothing happens.
Great job!! 😊
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If you use multiple editors, it's boring to configure expanders for each one. TeaCode provide an easy and powerful "universal" tool for that. Too bad you have to use a plugin in some applications, but especially the fact that the shortcut is not the same depending on the application.

Pros:

Almost "universal", supports variables transformations

Cons:

Apps requiring plugin don't use same shortcut that "native" apps